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Wellington, J. – International Journal of Science Education, 1991
Asserts that scientific details presented informally in newspapers can be of educational value within school science instruction when used carefully and critically. Suggests that one of the aims of the science curriculum should be the development of students' willingness and ability to study newspaper science with understanding and healthy…
Descriptors: British National Curriculum, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Informal Education
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Quin, Melanie – International Journal of Science Education, 1991
Describes the Nuffield project that served as a resource for science centers across England and as a vehicle for the European Collaborative for Science, Industry, and Technology Exhibitions. Discusses the network of contacts extending from the BBC and British Association to science centers worldwide following the inception of the project by the…
Descriptors: Exhibits, Foreign Countries, Informal Education, International Cooperation
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Wilkie, Tom – International Journal of Science Education, 1991
Discusses concerns about public understanding of science in the United Kingdom in relation to structure and content of newspapers, particularly the inadequacy of the press to be a vehicle for promoting scientific literacy within the citizenry. Argues that changes in science coverage by the media must originate from the scientific community with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Informal Education, Mass Media Effects, Mass Media Role