Foreward, Glen S. Aikenhead.- Chapter 1. Situating Socio-scientific Issues in Classrooms as a Means of Achieving the Goals of Science Education, Troy D. Sadler.- Chapter 2. Enhancing the Authenticity of a Web-based Module for Teaching Simple Inheritance, Tali Tal, Yael Kali, Stella Magid & Jacquie Madhok.- Chapter 2. Metalogue, Using Issues and Participatory Experiences to Enhance Student Learning and Interest, Siu Ling Wong, Tali Tal & Troy D. Sadler.- Chapter 3. Learning Science Content and Socio-scientific Reasoning through Classroom Explorations of Global Climate Change, Troy D. Sadler, Michelle L. Klosterman & Mustafa S. Topcu.- Chapter 3. Metalogue, Issues in the Conceptualization of Research Constructs and Design for SSI related Work, Troy D. Sadler, Vaille Dawson, Michelle L. Klosterman, Jennifer Eastwood & Dana L. Zeidler .- Chapter 4. Effects of an Interdisciplinary Program on Students' Reasoning with Socioscientific Issues and Perceptions of their Learning Experiences, Jennifer L. Eastwood, Whitney M. Schlegel & Kristin L. Cook.- Chapter 4. Metalogue, SSI in Undergraduate Science Education, Jennifer L. Eastwood, Troy D. Sadler & Maria Pilar Jimenez-Aleixandre.- Chapter 5. Discussing a Socioscientific Issue in a Primary School Classroom: The Case of Using a Technology Supported Environment in Formal and Non-formal Settings, Maria Evagorou.- Chapter 5. Metalogue, Assessment, Audience and Authenticity for Teaching SSI and Argumentation, Maria Evagorou, Troy D. Sadler & Tali Tal.- Chapter 6. Decision-making and Use of Evidence in a Socio-scientific Problem on Air Quality, Shirley Simon & Ruth Amos.- Chapter 6. Metalogue, Engaging Students in Scientific and Socio-scientific Argumentation, Victor Sampson, Shirley Simon, Ruth Amos & Maria Evagorou.- Chapter 7. Different Music to the Same Score: Teaching about Genes, Environment and Human Performances, Blanca Puig & Maria Pilar Jimenez-Aleixandre.- Chapter 7. Metalogue, Design and Enactment of SSI curriculum: Critical theory, Difficult Content and Didactic Transposition, Timothy Barko, Shirley Simon, Maria Pilar Jimenez-Aleixandre & Troy D. Sadler.- Chapter 8. Learning Nature of Science through Socioscientific Issues, Siu Ling Wong, Zhihong Wan & Maurice Man Wai Cheng.- Chapter 8. Metalogue, Preconditions and Resources for Productive SSI Teaching and Learning, Siu Ling Wong, Dana L. Zeidler & Michelle L. Klosterman.- Chapter 9. Enacting A Socioscientific Issues Classroom: Transformative Transformations, Dana L. Zeidler, Scott M. Applebaum & Troy D. Sadler.- Chapter 9. Metalogue, Balancing Tensions Associated with Extensive Enactment of SSI Based Teaching, Dana L. Zeidler, Randy L. Bell, Troy D. Sadler & Jennifer Eastwood.- Chapter 10. A Case Study of the Impact of Introducing Socio-scientific Issues into a Reproduction Unit in a Catholic Girls' School, Vaille M Dawson.- Chapter 10. Metalogue, Critical Issues for Teaching with Socio-scientific Issues, Jennie S. Brotman, Vaille Dawson & Felicia Moore Mensah.- Chapter 11. Socio-scientific Issues Based Education: What We Know about Science Education in the Context of SSI, Troy D. Sadler.
From the reviews: "The present book is a collection of chapters, written by different authors, coordinated by T.D. Sadler. ... This book is a must for researchers in education who are interested in teaching SSIs, but it should also be read by those studying the teaching of stabilized knowledge in science. The issues raised are significantly rich. The form chosen is original and stimulating. I strongly recommend it." (Laurence Simonneaux, Science & Education, May, 2012)