by: Andrew Zucker
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Disciplinary Core Ideas
New Science Teachers
Preservice Science Education
Type Journal ArticlePub Date 4/1/2019Stock # ss19_042_08_6Volume 042Issue 08
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Very Up to Date and Informative
I found this article very interesting. It made valid points about how there is a lot more misinformation being spread about science in today’s society because students are exposed to more re... See More
I found this article very interesting. It made valid points about how there is a lot more misinformation being spread about science in today’s society because students are exposed to more resources to cause misinformation. The article is very helpful because it gives several options to solve this problem of misinformation, which is nice because some ways may work best for only some students. The reason why I gave the article 4 out of 5 stars is because with some of the ways it says to counter the misinformation there is a slim chance where the counter teaching can become basis and no longer helpful to the student. Overall it is a very informative reading.
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