Introducing scientists to primary children: Does this always enhance children's science capital?
Issue 11 | Page 12 | Published Dec 2020
The benefits to primary pupils of introducing scientists' work (historical and cutting-edge) in the curriculum are considered from a science capital and social justice perspective.
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