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This article examines science learning, experienced in a primary school, in light of theories of social constructivism and how they can illuminate and explain learning experienced within an innovative project, which seeks to combine the use of drama techniques to teach tricky concepts in science with discussion, collaboration and peer support.

Drama
social constructivism
tricky concepts

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