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ED600 Resources
  1. Critical Thinking Skills / Decision Making Skills
    1. KINSLOW, A. T. . Ak. or., & SADLER, T. D. (2018). Making Science Relevant: Using Socio-Scientific Issues to Foster Critical Thinking. Science Teacher, 86(1), 40–45.

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      • http://search.ebscohost.com.trexler.idm.oclc.org/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eft&AN=130826766&site=ehost-live
      1. Dauer, J. M., Lute, M. L., & Straka, O. (2017). Indicators of Informal and Formal Decision- Making about a Socioscientific Issue. International Journal Of Education In Mathematics, Science And Technology, 5(2), 124-138.
        1. Gutierez, S. B. (2015). Integrating Socio-Scientific Issues to Enhance the Bioethical Decision- Making Skills of High School Students. International Education Studies, 8(1), 142-151.
          1. Lee, Y. C., & Grace, M. (2010). Students' Reasoning Processes in Making Decisions about an Authentic, Local Socio-Scientific Issue: Bat Conservation. Journal Of Biological Education, 44(4), 156-165.
            1. Lee, Y. C., & Grace, M. (2010). Students' Reasoning Processes in Making Decisions about an Authentic, Local Socio-Scientific Issue: Bat Conservation. Journal Of Biological Education, 44(4), 156-165.
              1. Siribunnam, S., Nuangchalerm, P., & Jansawang, N. (2014). Socio-Scientific Decision Making in the Science Classroom. Online Submission, 55.
                1. Karpudewan, M. & Roth, W.-M. (2018). Changes in Primary Students’ Informal Reasoning During an Environment-Related Curriculum on Socio-scientific Issues. International Journal of Science & Mathematics Education, 16(3), 401–419.

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                  • https://doi-org.trexler.idm.oclc.org/10.1007/s10763-016-9787-x
                2. Communication Skills
                  1. Albe, V., & Gombert, M. (2012). Students' Communication, Argumentation and Knowledge in a Citizens' Conference on Global Warming. Cultural Studies Of Science Education, 7(3), 659-681.
                    1. Chung, Y., Yoo, J., Kim, S., Lee, H., & Zeidler, D. L. (2016). Enhancing Students' Communication Skills in the Science Classroom through Socioscientific Issues. International Journal Of Science And Mathematics Education, 14(1), 1-27.
                      1. Mercer-Mapstone, L.D., & Matthews, K.E.(2015) Student perceptions of communication skills in undergraduate science at an Australian research-intensive university, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 42:1, 98-114, DOI: 10.1080/02602938.2015.1084492
                        1. Chung, Y., Yoo, J., Kim, S.-W., Lee, H.., & Zeidler, D. (2016). Enhancing Students’ Communication Skills in the Science Classroom through Socioscientific Issues. International Journal of Science & Mathematics Education, 14(1), 1–27.

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                          • https://doi-org.trexler.idm.oclc.org/10.1007/s10763-014-9557-6
                        2. Attitudes Towards Science
                          1. Khishfe, R., & BouJaoude, S. (2016). Lebanese Students' Conceptions of and Attitudes towards Science and Related Careers Based on Their Gender and Religious Affiliations. International Journal Of Science And Mathematics Education, 14(1), 145.
                            1. Unfried, A., Faber, M. & Wiebe, E. (2014). Gender and Student Attitudes toward Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. ResearchGate.
                              1. Zowada, C., Gulacar, O. , & Eilks, (2018). Incorporating a Web-Based Hydraulic Fracturing Module in General Chemistry as a Socio-Scientific Issue That Engages Students. Journal of Chemical Education, 95(4), 553–559.

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                                • https://doi-org.trexler.idm.oclc.org/10.1021/acs.jchemed.7b006133
                                1. Stenseth, T., Bråten, I. ivar. braten@ped. uio. n., & Strømsø, H. I. . (2016). Investigating interest and knowledge as predictors of students’ attitudes towards socio-scientific issues. Learning & Individual Differences, 47, 274–280

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                                  •  https://doi-org.trexler.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2016.02.005
                                  1. Yacoubian, H. A. . ., & Khishfe, R. (2018). Argumentation, critical thinking, nature of science and socioscientific issues: a dialogue between two researchers. International Journal of Science Education, 40(7), 796–807.

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                                    • https://doi-org.trexler.idm.oclc.org/10.1080/09500693.2018.1449986
                                    1. Ceylan, Ö., & Topsakal, Ü. U. (2018). Determination of Bioethical Perceptions of Gifted Students. Journal of Education and Training Studies, 6(5), 160–169.

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                                      • http://search.ebscohost.com.trexler.idm.oclc.org/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ1175552&site=ehost-live
                                    2. Literacy Skills
                                      1. Tsai, C.-Y. (2018). The effect of online argumentation of socio-scientific issues on students’ scientific competencies and sustainability attitudes. Computers & Education, 116, 14–27.

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                                        • https://doi-org.trexler.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2017.08.009
                                        1. Tomas, L. (2012). Writing Narratives about a Socioscientific Issue: Engaging Students and Learning Science. Teaching Science, 58(4), 24-28.
                                        2. Other Support
                                          1. https://wss.apan.org/jko/mls/Learning%20Content/WILLINGHAM(2).pdf
                                          2. STEM innitiatives
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