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4 comments

Comment from: Julia Skinner [Visitor]
Julia SkinnerVery thoughtful article Mark. Let's hope lots of folk respond & help add some sense to it all!
31/01/11 @ 13:54
Comment from: HRogerson [Visitor]
HRogersonI worry about science becoming scientific literacy, they have already ruined GCSE, removing practical and replacing it with politics.
01/02/11 @ 21:15
Comment from: Mark [Member] Email
MarkI would tend to agree. But the key thing is to help kids to understand the strengths and limitations of the scientific method (and yes, practicals are important here).
02/02/11 @ 00:04
Comment from: Stavros [Visitor] Email
StavrosI found your article almost by chance and I must say, it's rather interesting. Well said, I loved the science part in particular. Accepting the strengths and limitations of the scientific method and appreciating/learning about the scientific enterprise is perhaps the only way for tomorrow's citizens if we want them to engage actively in socio-scientific debates. Pseudoscience / bad science should not have any luck in a modern - scientifically literate society.
24/07/11 @ 18:24
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