Best Evidence Science Teaching: research-informed teaching resources that change practice
Issue 85 | Page 33 | Published Sep 2019
Findings from a small-scale study suggest that Best Evidence Sciemce Teaching (BEST) resources actively engage teachers in science education research evidence and lead to immediate changes in practice.
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