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Reviews published in School Science Review are the opinions of individual reviewers, and are not an official Association for Science Education (ASE) view or endorsement of the resource. Reviewers are selected to write reviews on the basis of their experience and interests. They are expected to draw attention to perceived weaknesses or limitations of a resource as well as its strengths. The reviews are written from the standpoint of someone seeing the materials for the first time and considering how they themselves would use them, or think colleagues would be likely to use them

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