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Science in the New Zealand Curriculum e-in-science

Posted on 04 Dec 2012 with 0 comments
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This milestone report explores the possibilities that exist for e-in-science to enhance student engagement and learning in science. It uses as a framework three interconnecting purposes for using ICT in science education; that is, to support students to: work as scientists, work with scientists and work with one another to co-construct scientific knowledge and understanding.


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