Tytler, Russell and Symington, David 2006, Boosting science learning - what will it take?, in ACER 2006 : Boosting science learning : what will it take? : conference proceedings, ACER, Camberwell, Vic., pp. 40-41.
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ACER 2006 : Boosting science learning : what will it take? : conference proceedings
Australian Council for Educational Research Conference
vi, 106 p.
Place of publication
In this session Russell Tytler and David Symington will present some data they have gathered from three sources: scientists working in some of Australia’s Research Priority Areas, science graduates working in positions outside their discipline specialisation, and students studying sciences at Year 11. The presenters will explain why they chose to interview these quite different groups of people and give some indication of why they believe the data is relevant to the question driving the conference: Boosting science learning – what will it take? There will then be group discussion drawing on the views and experiences of the group members and the data to suggest ways to boost science engagement and learning.
Field of Research
130212 Science, Technology and Engineering Curriculum and Pedagogy
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