Co-Constructing Inquiry-Based Science with Teachers : Essential Research for Lasting Reform

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  title={Co-Constructing Inquiry-Based Science with Teachers : Essential Research for Lasting Reform},
  author={Carolyn W. Keys and Lynn A. Bryan}
}
In this article we assert a potential research agenda for the teaching and learning of science as inquiry as part of the JRST series on reform in science education. Drawing on the theoretical frameworks of cognitive and sociocultural constructivism, cultural models of meaning, the dialogic function of language, and transformational models of teacher education, we propose that more research is needed in the areas of teachers' beliefs, knowledge, and practices of inquiry-based science, as well as… CONTINUE READING
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