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Toward citizenship science education: what students do to make the world a better place?
ABSTRACT With increased focus on sustainability and socioscientific issues, dealing with issues related to citizenship is now seen as an important element of science education. However, in order toExpand
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Bicycle model on climate change education: presenting and evaluating a model
Abstract This article presents and evaluates a model made for climate change education – the bicycle model. The model was created based on an extensive literature review, from which, essentialExpand
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Identifying and addressing students' questions on climate change
ABSTRACT This study uses qualitative content analysis to examine 355 open-ended questions, presented by 16–19 –year-old international students, to find out what students want to learn about climateExpand
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The potential of the non-formal educational sector for supporting chemistry learning and sustainability education for all students – a joint perspective from two cases in Finland and Germany
Non-formal education has been suggested as becoming more and more important in the last decades. As the aims of non-formal education are broad and diverse, a large variety of non-formal learningExpand
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A Cross-Cultural Study of Gifted Students' Scientific, Societal, and Moral Questions Concerning Science
This study investigated the number and nature of gifted female and male students' scientific, societal, and moral questions concerning science. The participants ( 𝑁 = 6 5 8 ) of this study wereExpand
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The International Millennium Youth Camp as an Active Learning Ecosystem for Future Scientists
Once a year, the LUMA (STEM) Education Center of the University of Helsinki, Technology Academy Finland and Aalto University, organizes a popular international STEM education camp in Helsinki inExpand
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Students as teachers: Design of a student-led course on sustainability education
Students’ role as active learners can be enhanced by giving the students more responsibility for their own learning. Could the students be suggesting the content and methods used in a class? CouldExpand
Important Social and Academic Interactions in Supporting Gifted Youth in Non-Formal Education
This study investigated how 16-19-year-old international gifted youth felt that a non- formal educational program in math, science and technology, called the Millennium Youth Camp, supported them andExpand
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