About this community

The University of Cambridge Faculty of Education is the oldest and one of the most prestigious Education departments in the UK.

Sub-communities within this community

Collections in this community

Recent Submissions

  • Things you should not believe in science 

    Taber, Keith Stephen (Association for Science Education, 2017-12-01)
    ABSTRACT This article considers the relationship between belief and learning science. It is argued that belief in science (as a process) needs to be distinguished from belief in particular scienti c ideas and knowledge ...
  • Digital Weberianism: Bureaucracy, Information, and the Techno-rationality of Neoliberal Capitalism 

    Robertson, Susan Lee; Muellerleile, Chris (Indiana University Press, 2018-05-01)
    The social infrastructures that constitute both public and private administration are increasingly entangled with digital data, big data, and algorithms. While some argue that these technologies have blown apart the ...
  • Building a library of chemistry education volumes 

    Taber, Keith Stephen (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017-10-01)
    There are a number of markers of research fields (Good, 2000; Fensham, 2004). In particular, a research field requires a body of researchers who are working in what is recognised as a distinct area of enquiry, and who ...
  • Representations and visualisation in teaching and learning chemistry 

    Taber, Keith Stephen
    The 2019 special issue of Chemistry Education Research and Practice has been announced and will have the theme ‘Visualisations and representations in chemistry education’. The call from the theme guest editors, Resa Kelly ...

View more