Subject knowledge enhancement courses for creating new chemistry and physics teachers: the students’ perceptions

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Tynan, RJ; Jones, R; Mallaburn, A; Clays, K;
  • Publisher: Association for Science Education
  • Subject: LB

Subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) courses are one option open to graduates with a science background whose first degree content is judged to be insufficient to train to become chemistry or physics teachers. Previous articles in School Science Review have discussed the... View more
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