Introduction to the Special Issue: Why does the teaching of science at primary school matter?
Issue 18 | Page 3 | Published Jan 2020
If we believe that science is an important subject, it cannot be sidelined until secondary school. In this special issue, we reflect on a wide range of presentations and practice that were presented at the second Primary Science Education Conference (PSEC) in June 2019.
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