By Myint Swe Khine, Issa M. Saleh
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Learners who have congruence of goals regarding NOS would aspire to understand how knowledge is acquired and validated in the scientific enterprise, and would not be deterred by conflicting goals set from external sources, such as a classroom oriented only toward memorization of scientific facts. For example, a learner who wants to understand about the inherent guidelines from which science as a discipline operates and is in a learning environment that explicitly points toward NOS examples within the context of the classroom learning has congruence of goals.
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