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Bennett Judith, Lubben Fred, Hogarth Sylvia & Campbell Bob (2005). « Systematic reviews of research in science education : Rigour or rigidity ? ». International Journal of Science Education, vol. 27, n° 4, mars, p. 387–406. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Bennett2005
Categories: General
Keywords: méthodes de recherche, utilisation des recherches
Creators: Bennett, Campbell, Hogarth, Lubben
Collection: International Journal of Science Education
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"This paper explores the role of systematic reviews of research literature and considers what they have to offer research in science education. The origins of systematic reviews are described, together with the reasons why they are currently attracting considerable attention in the research literature. An overview is presented of the key features of systematic review methods, illustrating with examples from two systematic reviews undertaken in science education -- one on aspects of small-group work in science lessons, and the other on the effects on pupils of context-based and Science-Technology-Society approaches. Issues raised by systematic reviews in terms of characterizing research studies and making judgements about their quality are then discussed. Finally, systematic reviews are compared with more traditional narrative reviews to identify ways in which they can contribute to the undertaking of research studies in a science education."
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