IJSE on pedagogical content knowledge - 2008

This is a special issue in the International Journal of Science Education:

International Journal of Science Education, Volume 30 Issue 10 2008

Developments and Challenges in Researching Science Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge: An international perspective

Revisiting the Roots of Pedagogical Content Knowledge
1271 – 1279
Authors: Amanda Berry; John Loughran; Jan H. van Driel
DOI: 10.1080/09500690801998885

Teaching for Understanding: The complex nature of pedagogical content knowledge in pre-service education
1281 – 1299
Author: Pernilla Nilsson
DOI: 10.1080/09500690802186993

Exploring Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Science Teacher Education
1301 – 1320
Authors: John Loughran; Pamela Mulhall; Amanda Berry
DOI: 10.1080/09500690802187009

Development of Experienced Science Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Models of the Solar System and the Universe
1321 – 1342
Authors: Ineke Henze; Jan H. van Driel; Nico Verloop
DOI: 10.1080/09500690802187017

Experienced Secondary Science Teachers' Representation of Pedagogical Content Knowledge
1343 – 1363
Authors: Eunmi Lee; Julie A. Luft
DOI: 10.1080/09500690802187058

The Place of Subject Matter Knowledge in Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A case study of South African teachers teaching the amount of substance and chemical equilibrium
1365 – 1387
Authors: Marissa Rollnick; Judith Bennett; Mariam Rhemtula; Nadine Dharsey; Thandi Ndlovu
DOI: 10.1080/09500690802187025

Undergraduate Professors' Pedagogical Content Knowledge: The case of 'amount of substance'
1389 – 1404
Authors: Kira Padilla; Ana Mara Ponce-de-Len; Florencia Mabel Rembado; Andoni Garritz
DOI: 10.1080/09500690802187033

Twenty Years Later: Does pedagogical content knowledge remain a useful idea?
1405 – 1416
Author: Sandra K. Abell
DOI: 10.1080/09500690802187041