How Students View the Boundaries Between Their Science and Religious Education Concerning the Origins of Life and the Universe

@article{Billingsley2016HowSV,
  title={How Students View the Boundaries Between Their Science and Religious Education Concerning the Origins of Life and the Universe},
  author={B. Billingsley and R. Brock and K. Taber and F. Riga},
  journal={Science Education},
  year={2016},
  volume={100},
  pages={459 - 482}
}
ABSTRACT Internationally in secondary schools, lessons are typically taught by subject specialists, raising the question of how to accommodate teaching which bridges the sciences and humanities. This is the first study to look at how students make sense of the teaching they receive in two subjects (science and religious education [RE]) when one subject's curriculum explicitly refers to cross‐disciplinary study and the other does not. Interviews with 61 students in seven schools in England… Expand
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