5. Science in society and science careers. 6. Science outside the classroom. 7 In early 2010, the Wellcome Trust published research which explored young people's. Pupils revealed overwhelming support for science education in school to be. Teachers offered varied responses in relation to pupils' perspectives on.
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Does Culturally Relevant Teaching Work? An Examination ... 25 Jul 2016 In addition, most of the research fails to take student perspectives into account.. In one study of a middle school science classroom, students explains what we are learning in different ways to help students learn. in school with a single-item question ranging from 1 (mostly Fs) to 6.. Yilmaz, K. (2008).
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