Bridging the Gap: Student Attitudes to Science Education. Janice Crerar Student in Graduate Diploma of Secondary Education, CDU. Background to research. Increased recognition of the place for student voice to inform educational pedagogy (Smyth et al, 2000; Cushman, 2003).
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Student in Graduate Diploma of Secondary Education, CDU
A further aim of the research was to compare the educational research process between Darwin and Windesheim in Holland.
Initial communication was by email until a web log was established in august.
“It is good to know that your ideas are taken on board”
“By extending on our ideas it helps us to improve our ideas”
“Allows us to become more involved in subject”
“It was fun and I listened more to what was happening”
“I understood science by learning by experiments”
“It was more interesting when we had a little freedom”.