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Title: Problem-solving in primary science
Authors: Gatt, Suzanne
Keywords: Science -- Study and teaching (Primary)
Education, Primary
Problem solving -- Study and teaching
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: The Association for Science Education
Citation: Gatt, S. (2000). Problem-solving in primary science. Primary Science Review, 61, 8-10.
Abstract: Activities in primary science may involve children in carrying out simple investigations, making observations, testing ideas, or investigating scientific phenomena. They can seek patterns and draw conclusions about how things work. Children may also carry out independent research, consulting books, CD-ROMs, etc., to find information about a particular science topic. Or, primary science may take the form of problem-solving activities.
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