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Anti-capitalist Pro-communitarian Science & Technology Education

Many of us live in a hyper-economized world, in which personal identities and routine practices are significantly oriented towards production and consumption of for-profit goods and services. Extreme consumerism appears to be strongly associated with many personal, social and environmental problems. It … Continue reading

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Play-based science education raises chil­dren to be act­ive and crit­ical

If science education were more firmly integrated into early education, children from different backgrounds would be even more equal in adopting a scientific way of thinking, which would, in turn, benefit our society. Remember the joy that you felt as … Continue reading

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Science at Home with Children

ExpeRimental is a series of short films that make it fun, easy and cheap to do science at home with children aged 4 to 10. Our films give you lots of ideas for kids’ activities that will help you explore … Continue reading

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The Cultural side of Science Communication

The main proposition of this paper is that science communication necessarily involves and includes cultural orientations. There is a substantial body of work showing that cultural differences in values and epistemological frameworks are paralleled with cultural differences reflected in artifacts … Continue reading

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