What kind of laboratory is a school science laboratory? An ‘inquiry’ sceptic’s view
Issue 369 | Page 105 | Published Jun 2018
A school science laboratory is a teaching laboratory where novices are introduced to the workings and technology of science by carrying out prescribed, supervised activities
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