A Compromise on Creationism
- A five-year stretch. Webster, Stephen // Journal of Biological Education;Summer95, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p83
Comments on the curriculum change for science education in Great Britain. Phasing out of the statement of attainments; Queries on the content of the National Curriculum for science; Historical background of the science curriculum.
- Inquiry Science: CASE STUDY IN Antibiotic Prospecting. Oates, Karen Kashmanian // American Biology Teacher;Mar2002, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p184
Discusses the adoption of inquiry-based science as a reform in teaching science education. Application of inquiry-based science in a case study of antibiotic prospecting; Principles for practices in undergraduate education in relation to inquiry-based science; Advantages of inquiry-based science.
- Science Curriculum Reform. // Gifted Child Today;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p7
Focuses on the different classroom indicators for science curriculum reform. Quality curriculum focusing on concepts and substantive content; Need to make instruction inquiry oriented; Discussion of real world problems and related societal issues.
- Ohio Education Board Strikes Compromise On Science. // Church & State;Nov2002, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p3
Reports the adoption of a curriculum allowing school districts to teach evolutionary biology by the Ohio Board of Education. Influence of religious controversies surrounding human origin; Rejection of the previous science curriculum of the state; Consideration of the new curriculum as a compromise.
- Proposed changes to the Primary National Curriculum. // School Leadership Today;2013, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p88
The article focuses on the proposed changes in the National curriculum of the England in the three subjects which includes Maths, Literacy and Science. It reports several changes such as in maths emphasis given to mental and written calculations, in English much emphasis on reading and in...
- Integrate with integrity. McShane, J.B. // Science & Children;Apr1994, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p4
Editorial. Discusses the implications of curriculum integration on the teaching of elementary science. Need to maintain the integrity of each subject; Shared mission among the teachers of other subject areas.
- Service Economy and Technological Change Will Require New Skills, Experts Predict. Foster, Susan G. // Education Week;11/3/1982, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p6
The article reports on the conference held in Washington concerning the need for a large number of workers in service-oriented industries specifically in health, trade and education. Educational institutions are encouraged to start formulating curricula to prepare the students for jobs in a high...
- Curriculum 2019 transition: what the changes mean for you. // Actuary;Dec2016, p9
The article focuses on changes in Curriculum 2019 for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries' examination which include Core Principles series, Core Practices series and Specialist Principles series.
- Are Grades 10-12 physical sciences teachers equipped to teach physics? BASSON, ILSA; KRIEK, JEANNE // Perspectives in Education;Sep2012, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p110
The article evaluates whether Grades 10-12 physical science teachers in South Africa could be considered equipped to teach the physics part of the Further Education Training (FET) physical sciences curriculum. It informs that 68 FET teachers from urban, township and rural schools participated in...