This study explores the social situatedness of children's relationship with science, and examines the symbolic meaning of their interests, the cult
The purpose of the author's research is to gain, from a sociocultural perspective, a greater understanding of science interests as part of children
Education research is an academic activity, and is often carried out by teachers.
Virginia Kearton looks at the evidence supporting successful ways that literacy skills can be developed in science lessons.
Deb McGregor and Fiona Woodhouse consider defining an approach to action research, questions to consider and examples from practitioners.
In this article, Fiona Woodhouse and Debra McGregor suggest how teachers can embark upon collecting data for action research (AR) projects related
Lifelab is a science-based approach to changing teenagers' health-related attitudes and behaviour.
You may feel that ‘letting go’ of your pupils is a risky business, that they will run riot in the classroom, learning very little.