Learning to Teach About Ideas and Evidence in Science : The Student Teacher as Change Agent

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Braund, M.; Campbell, B.;
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    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

A collaborative curriculum development project was set up to address the lack of good examples of teaching about ideas and evidence and the nature of science encountered by student teachers training to teach in the age range 11-16 in schools in England. Student and teac... View more
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