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The Educational Debate Over Darwinism
By: John Angus Campbell
Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
November 13, 2003


This essay argues that the challenge of teaching Darwin's theory exemplifies how science education must rethink its strategies and become more self-consciously rhetorical if it is to preserve its own integrity and educate tomorrow's public and scientists for democratic citizenship. It presents a model for how science education can reconcile technical ideas and cultural values to improve both scientific and cultural literacy.


The full article is available online through the Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies at http://www.jis3.org/samplearticle.htm


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