Other countries' curricula – and what you learn when you look around! (Shakespeare)
Issue 15 | Page 25 | Published May 2022
This article discusses the expectations of a well-written science curriculum across various countries. The article suggests that any national curriculum should simultaneously delimit the science knowledge expected for each age group, present ideas about progression and empower teachers to make good decisions.
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