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In this article a new set of Concept Cartoons focused on sport and fitness, produced as a partnership publication between the Association for Science Education (ASE) and Millgate House Education, provides examples of how links can be made between science and sport and the various ways in which they can support your science teaching. This can lead to extensive scientific thinking without necessarily always arriving at a single right answer

Concept cartoons
Olympic Games
Sport science

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