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An Enactment of Science, A Dynamic Balance Among Curriculum, Context and Teacher Beliefs


reviewed by Angelo Collins ó 2004

coverTitle: An Enactment of Science, A Dynamic Balance Among Curriculum, Context and Teacher Beliefs
Author(s): Robert W. Blake Jr.
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing, New York
ISBN: 082045124X, Pages: 232, Year: 2002
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ďThatís a good piece of work. †With revision I bet it could be published.Ē †Iíve said this to students who have completed papers for courses, masterís theses, and doctoral dissertations. †Typically I make this suggestion when the work is timely, organized around well-structured and compelling arguments and composed with style. †Iím guessing that many readers of TCR have offered similar counsel. †An Enactment of Science, A Dynamic Balance Among Curriculum, Context and Teacher Beliefs clearly is a revision of a dissertation. †In the acknowledgements, the author, Robert W. Blake Jr., thanks his dissertation committee and fellow graduate students. †Also, the organization of the book mirrors the organization of a dissertation. †There is the introduction in Chapter One followed by the theoretical frameworks and method in Chapters Two, Three and Four. †Chapters Five, Six, Seven and Eight present the findings while the analysis and conclusions are offered in Chapters Nine and Ten. †I propose that this book is evidence that the advice to publish work completed as a student... (preview truncated at 150 words.)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 106 Number 5, 2004, p. 888-891
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11258, Date Accessed: 12/18/2017 7:40:48 AM

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  • Angelo Collins
    Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
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    ANGELO COLLINS is the Executive Director of the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF), which was established to enhance the quantity of high quality high school science teaching. KSTF supports prospective and novice science teachers as well as research on teacher preparation. Dr. Collins is an associate Editor of the Journal of Research in Science Teaching and on the editorial board of the journal, Science Education. She also served as the director of the project that produced the National Science Education Standards.
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