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Science and scientific thinking across the curriculum

Science and scientific thinking across the curriculum

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Published by Cambridge Journal of Education in [Cambridge] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Wynne Harlen.
SeriesCambridge Journal of Education -- Vol 7, no.3, Michaelmas Term 1977
ContributionsHarlen, Wynne.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14192074M

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prove teaching and learning for critical thinking across the curriculum. My goal has been to uncover: 1) improvements in teaching and learning for critical thinking, 2) significant factors that helped achieve those improvements, and 3) challenges faced in the attempt.   A computer-based maths curriculum should be built around real-world requirements such as data science, information theory and modeling.” computational thinking across the K curriculum.


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