Munazza’s Story: Shedding Light on a Science Teacher’s Conceptions of the Nature of Science through a Life History Study

@article{Halai2004MunazzasSS,
  title={Munazza’s Story: Shedding Light on a Science Teacher’s Conceptions of the Nature of Science through a Life History Study},
  author={Nelofer Halai and Derek Hodson},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={193-208}
}
AbstractLife history research creates a broader understanding of teaching by providing illustration of the relationships among various aspects of teachers’ lives and their teaching practice, both inside and beyond the classroom. This article focuses on the life history of Munazza, a young science teacher at the Karachi Model Secondary School (KMSS), a private, co-educational, English-medium school for children from middle-income families. Its purpose is to gain insight into a female science… CONTINUE READING

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