A Bibliography of Science Teaching Pedagogy
with an Emphasis on Chemistry, Part X

Scientific Literacy

Updated 11/23/06

  1. Deeds, D. G.; Allen, C. S.; Callen, B. W.; "A New Paradigm in Integrated Math And Science Courses: Finding Common Ground Across Disciplines," J. Coll. Sci. Teach. 2000, 30, 178-183.
  2. Galley, W. C., "Exothyermic Bond Breaking: A Persistantr Misconception," J. Chem. Ed., 2004, 81, 523.
  3. Lopushinsky, T. "Scientific Truth - A Barier to Understanding?," J. Coll. Sci. Teach. 1999, 29, November, 93-94
  4. Rivard, L. P.; Shume, T. L. "Scientific Literacy for Today's Students," Science Scope, 1999, 22, 18-21.
  5. Vitz, E.; Schuman, M. J., "The q/T Paradox: Which Contains more Heat, a Cup of Coffee at 95 C or a Liter of Icewater," J. Chem. Ed., 2005, 82, 856.