Representing Scientific Problems and Tools for Thinking

What Kinds of Problems Do Scientists Work on? Do I Like to Work on the Problems of Science? Would I Like to Be|Become a Scientist?
Part of the Cultural and Historical Perspectives On Science education book series (CHPS)


In the previous chapter, we explained our negative feelings toward treating knowledge as an object. Under that condition, knowing means having or possessing these objects in our brains, and the key goals of learning science become building memory.


Theoretical Tool Learning Progression Natural Philosopher Energy Concept Instructional Planning 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.New York UniversityCanada
  2. 2.New York City Department of EducationUSA

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