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Science Education in the Mediterranean region: Editorial

Abstract : Science education has been the subject of a particular attention for several years on an international level. Successive reports have been published during the last twenty years and tend to have convergent conclusions and recommendations (Boilevin, 2013) for the promotion of a science education addressed to all students (and not only future scientists) from preschool to university. In particular, the latest report from the European Commission (European Commission, 2015) insist on various aspects: (1) the importance of a continuum of science education from preschool to active engaged citizenship, (2) the importance of a focus on competences that go beyond one science subject and link several subjects together, (3) the importance of quality in teacher education, and (4) on the role played by research in education to enhance the efficiency of renovated science teaching and learning. This volume is set in such a context and presents a series of research in science education all coming from different countries across the Mediterranean region.
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Alice Delserieys. Science Education in the Mediterranean region: Editorial. Review of science, mathematics and ICT education, 2015, 9 (2), pp.3 - 8. ⟨hal-01540038⟩



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