Is ‘Learning' Science Enough? – A Cultural Model of Religious Students of Science in an Australian Government School

@article{Ferguson2014IsS,
  title={Is ‘Learning' Science Enough? – A Cultural Model of Religious Students of Science in an Australian Government School},
  author={Joseph Ferguson and Barbara Kameniar},
  journal={International Journal of Science Education},
  year={2014},
  volume={36},
  pages={2554 - 2579}
}
This paper investigates the cognitive experiences of four religious students studying evolutionary biology in an inner city government secondary school in Melbourne, Australia. The participants in the study were identified using the Religious Background and Behaviours questionnaire (Connors, Tonigan, & Miller, 1996). Participants were interviewed and asked to respond to questions about their cognitive experiences of studying evolutionary biology. Students' responses were analysed using cultural… Expand
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