Advancing Educational Theory by Enhancing Practice in a Technology-Supported Genetics Learning Environment
Journal of Education Volume 181, Number 2, ISSN 0022-0574
Highlights key points from national reports addressing contemporary perspectives on learning theory, K-12 educational technology, educational theory development, and educational research policy, using illustrations from GenScope, an open-ended exploratory software tool that lets students investigate various phenomena in genetics. Illustrations come from a collaborative effort to implement, evaluate, and refine GenScope's learning environment in secondary science classrooms. (SM)
Hickey, D.T., Kindfield, A.C.H., Horwitz, P. & Christie, M.A. (1999). Advancing Educational Theory by Enhancing Practice in a Technology-Supported Genetics Learning Environment. Journal of Education, 181(2), 25-55.
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