Author R. Driver

Publications Found: 9 · Show All Abstracts

Driver R. (1988) Theory into practice II: A constructivist approach to curriculum development. In: Fensham P. J. (ed.) Development and dilemmas in science education. Falmer Press, London: 133–149. Fulltext at
Driver R. (1989) Students’ conceptions and the learning of science. International Journal of Science Education 11(5): 481–490. Fulltext at
Driver R. (1989) The construction of scientific knowledge in school classrooms. In: Millar R. (ed.) Doing science: Images of science in science education. The Falmer Press, London: 83–106.
Driver R. & Bell B. (1986) Student thinking and the learning of science: A constructivist view. School Science Review 67: 443–56.
Driver R. & Bell B. (1986) Students’ thinking and the learning of science: A constructivist view. School Science Review 67: 443–456.
Driver R. & Oldham V. (1986) A constructivist approach to curriculum development in science. Studies in Science Education 13: 105–122.
Driver R. & Scott P. (1996) Curriculum development as research: A constructivist approach to science curriculum development and teaching. In: Treagust D. D. R. & Fraser B. (eds.) Improving teaching and learning in science and mathematics. Teacher College Press, New York: 94–107.
Driver R., Asoko H., Leach J., Scott P. & Mortimer E. (1994) Constructing scientific knowledge in the classroom. Educational researcher 23(7): 5–12. Fulltext at
Scott P., Asoko H., Driver R. & Emberton J. (1994) Working from children’s ideas: Planning and teaching a chemistry topic from a constructivist perspective [Constructivism in media research: Concepts, criticism, consequences]. In: Fensham P. G. R. & White R. (eds.) The content of science: A constructivist approach to its teaching and learning. Falmer Press, London: 201–220.
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