A series of investigations using Santorio's 17th century pulsilogium to help primary age children develop scientific inquiry skills and understand the process of scientific research
Issue 17 | Page 5 | Published Jul 2019
Primary school children introduced to a long-forgotten and only recently rediscovered invention, Santorio's pulsilogium, have been able to develop their own scientific inquiry skills and deepen their understanding of the repetitive and problematic nature of scientific research and development.
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