Practical work in science why do we do it?
Issue 266 | Page 9 | Published Nov 2016
Professor Holman explains the aims of the Gatsby Foundation's Good Practical Science project are to compare how nations that perform well in science education use practical work. The result will enable Gatsby to produce a better global definition of the purposes of practical science, could help UK schools to judge how well they measure up internationally, and will lead to policy recommendations.
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