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Steve Pec   Editor of Academic Exchange Quarterly
Until recently, research in Science education has been dominated by two approaches; finding tools to support the student-centred classroom and finding means to overcome conceptual change. Students may have the ability to succeed in courses and believe that they are doing everything possible to do well in their courses and yet not meet the goals of the course. Students cannot learn effectively if their belief's about the course epistemology differs radically from the view of the epistemology espoused by the instructor. Course scaffolding that attempts to assist students to examine their epistemology so that they can change their outlook on the course material from the viewpoint that it consists of a tool kit of assorted practices, classified according to problem type, to the viewpoint that it comprises a connected structure of concepts are of particular interest. Any studies of a theoretical or empirical nature (including case studies, portfolio studies, exploratory, or experimental work) are welcome, as are studies addressing issues of measurable standards and benchmarks. To be most helpful in this academic exchange, empirical studies should be clear and explicit about their methodology so that others can replicate or advance their research.
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Faculty, administrators, librarians and graduate students.   Please identify your submission with keyword: SCIENCE-5