Teaching Primary Science with Almost Nothing
Issue 121 | Page 9 | Published Jan 2012
How Lois Kelly and Kathy Schofield helped teachers in a Ugandan primary school develop scientific thinking with very limited resources.
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This article outlines a project on how children answer scientific questions about the world around them.
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