This article describe how the Zoological Society of London is working with teachers to enhance the experience and learning for all who take a trip
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One school's 'fantastic' day at the zoo.
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The authors describe how structured visits to a zoo can enhance children's experience and encourage the positive feelings that they naturally
The authors encourage their student teachers to take animals into the classroom for science learning.