Discovering International Perspectives on Biological Evolution Across Religions and Cultures: Insights Gained through Developing Methodological Tools for Research in Diverse Contexts
Discussion of learning experiences of researchers and collaborators studying perspectives of students and teachers regarding biological evolution in Indonesia, Pakistan, and Muslim communities in Canada.
||Biological Evolution, Science, Religion, Islam, Muslim, International, Science Education, Indonesia, Pakistan, Canada
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp.81-88.
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I am interested in children's and adults' cognitive and emotional development in the areas of science education, evolution education, and peace studies.
I am a science educator and researcher focusing on the teaching and learning of concepts related to biological evolution.
Tomlinson Chair in Science Education; Director, Evolution Education Research Center; McGill University.
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