Doing phenomenology in science education: a research review

@inproceedings{stergaard2008DoingPI,
  title={Doing phenomenology in science education: a research review},
  author={Edvin {\O}stergaard and Bo Dahlin and Aksel Hugo},
  year={2008}
}
  • Edvin Østergaard, Bo Dahlin, Aksel Hugo
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • This article is a review of applications of phenomenology, as a philosophy of knowledge and qualitative research approach, to the field of science education (SE). The purpose is to give an overview of work that has been done as well as to assess it and discuss its possibilities of future development. We ask: what attempts for connecting phenomenology and SE do we find in the research literature, and what possible effects could such connections have for teaching and learning? In approaching this… CONTINUE READING

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