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Developing Scientific Literacy: Using News Media in the Classroom Paperback – March 1, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-0335217953 ISBN-10: 0335217958 Edition: 1st

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Ruth Jarman is a lecturer in science education at the Graduate School of Education, Queen’s University Belfast where she contributes to its programmes of initial teacher training and continuing professional development. Prior to this she was an inspector of schools with the Department of Education Northern Ireland. She taught science in the secondary sector for a number of years. Her research interests include the science curriculum and learning in science in formal and informal contexts.

Billy McClune is a lecturer in science education at the Graduate School of Education, Queen’s University Belfast where he coordinates the physics and chemistry courses within the PGCE programme and contributes to the continuing professional development programme. Prior to this he was head of science having taught physics in a number of schools in Northern Ireland. He also worked as a field officer with a science curriculum development project and with a local Education and Library Board. His research interests include science curriculum development, physics education, teacher education and educational management.

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