Board on Science Education
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Wednesday, October 22, 2014 
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   BOSE - TOPICS

Higher Education

Informal, Afterschool, and Public Engagement

Information and Communication Technology

PreK-12

Standards and Assessment

Policy and Program Reviews

 

Commissioned Papers

Status, Contributions, and Future Direction of Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER)

 

Promoting Evidence-Based Change In Undergraduate Science Education

Ann Austin

 

The Development Of Research In Chemical Education As A Field Of Study

George M. Bodner

 

A Developmental History of Physics Education Research

Karen Cummings

 

Education research in the biological sciences: A nine decade review

Robert DeHaan

 

The Current Status and Future Direction of Biology Education ResearchMatrix

Clarissa Dirks

 

A Synthesis of Discipline-Based Education Research in Physics

Jennifer Docktor and Jose Mestre

 

The Role of Spatial Thinking in Undergraduate Science Education

Mary Hegarty

 

Chronological and Ontological Development of Engineering Education as a Field of Scientific Inquiry

Jack Lohmann and Jeffrey Froyd

 

Applying the Science of Learning to Undergraduate Science Education

Richard Mayer

 

Michael Piburn, Kaatje van der Hoeven Kraft, and Heather Pacheco

 

Epistemological Similarities and Differences Among the Sciences

Elliott Sober

 

Synthesis of the Research on Teaching and Learning in Engineering since the Implementation of ABET Engineering Criteria 2000         

Marilla Svinicki

 

Review and synthesis of research in Chemical Education from 2000-2010

Marcy Towns and Adam Kraft

 

 

These papers were commissioned for the Committee on the Status, Contributions, and Future Directions of Discipline-Based Education Research through support from the National Science Foundation. These papers were presented at committee meetings between June 2010 and July 2011.  Opinions and statements included in the paper are solely those of the individual author, and are not necessarily adopted or endorsed or verified as accurate by the Board on Science Education or the National Academy of Sciences, including the National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, or National Research Council.
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