Engaging pupils in decision-making about biodiversity conservation issues
Issue 336 | Page 73 | Published Mar 2010
This article outlines a successful approach to engaging pupils in decision-making about conservation scenarios, enabling them to share and develop their views within a short space of time. The discussions were managed and assessed by science teachers, and their opinions about the practical value of the sessions are also presented.
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