The ROSE Project for Revealing Chinese School Pupils' Attitudes towards Science: Preliminary Studies in Hong Kong and Mainland China
There is a recent crisis on science education as arisen from the continuing decline in the numbers of young students pursuing further study in science subjects and pursuing science and technology related careers. In order to fix and remediate the problem, there is a need to re-focus research on the affective dimension of science learning which includes the study on the students' attitudes towards science and their interests of learning science. This proposal will be the first project aimed at providing data on Chinese students' attitudes towards science for the international Relevance of Science Education (ROSE) project.
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Prof YEUNG, Yau Yuen 楊友源 [SES]
Prof CHENG, May Hung May 鄭美紅 [C&I,REG,VP(AC)&Pr]
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