Lifelong science learning
Barker, M. (2010). Lifelong science learning. New Zealand Science Teacher, 123, 32-36.
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The author discusses the incorporation of lifelong learning in the study of science in New Zealand. He explains two preliminary thoughts related to the creation of a setting for lifelong learning in the field of science including the sustained enrichment necessary to enhance school science experiences of students. He also explores three major capabilities such as the understanding of the nature of science and engaging in socio-scientific issues that lifelong learning might entail.
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