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School Science Review 329
Editor Geoff Auty
Issue 329 | Published June 2008
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p.11 Science Notes
p.37 The Presidential Address 2008: Inspiring the future: the role of informal learning
p.45 A comparison of the use of photomicrographs and the use of microscopes and slides in practical assessments for biology
p.51 Is our perception of distance regulated by a circadian rhythm?
p.55 Can data logging improve the quality of interpretation and evaluation in chemistry lessons?
p.63 Science literacy strategies anchored in nanotechnology
p.75 Brewing research, enzymes and the history of the pH scale
p.83 Across the generations or 100+ years of stories!
p.91 Some causes of error: 1 Forgotten things
p.95 How could you make a very big Newton's ring in a classroom?
p.101 Motivation through location
p.107 The validity of the key stage 3 science tests
p.115 Mastering scientific vocabulary: three approaches to vocabulary instruction
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