Moore Randy (2001). Â« Educational malpractice : Why do so many biology teachers endorse creationism? Â». Skeptical Inquirer, vol. 25, nÂ° 6, novembreâ€”dĂ©cembre, p. 38–43.
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Keywords: enseignement de l'Ă©volution, enseignement primaire, enseignement secondaire, Ă‰tats-Unis, sciences et sociĂ©tĂ©, universitĂ©
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In several [USA] states, legislatures encourage teachers to teach creationism.[Many] factors have contributed to the poor teaching of evolution in public schools.
A major reason for the public's poor understanding of evolution is that many biology teachers teach creationism, do not teach evolution, or teach evolution poorly, sometimes because the teachers themselves are creationists . This is partially due to the teachers' poor training.
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