We work to understand how chemistry classes can help learners “explore and discuss the differences between knowledge in multiple contexts” (Elby & Hammer, 2001, p. 654) they will likely encounter in post-school life.
Elby, A., & Hammer, D. (2001). On the substance of a sophisticated epistemology. Science Education, 85(5), 554–567.
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