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|Other Titles:||New Trends in Science Education: From Cobern's Worldview Theory to Science Education Problems Raised by Human Cloning|
National Taiwan Normal University Science Education Center
The article discusses the theory of worldview and analyzes the worldview of sciences into five sets of universals, i.e., self-cognition, tentative truth, sense-related, social-interaction live, and ontological conviction worldviews. Under thorough considerations into the scientific and common-sense theories involved in science worldview, some human survival issues relating to the development of science education are raised. The author mentions Dolly and Polly as examples and explains that the foreseeable solutions to science-education problems are not only useful for human benigs to suit to the future changes on the world ,but also helpful to rejuvenate recent ethical morals governing our family and society.
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