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4 comments

Comment from: Julia Skinner [Visitor]
Julia Skinner

Very 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]
HRogerson

I 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: berthelemy [Member]  
Mark

I 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]  
Stavros

I 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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