Phenomena of a candle – helping students to perceive, wonder and ask: an updated Victorian teaching example
Issue 382 | Page 73 | Published Sep 2021
A teaching unit on Michael Faraday's Chemical History of a Candle is introduced, detailing the underlying philosophy of Martin Wagenschein on how phenomena can be made a focus of science education.
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