Bottom–up for creativity in science?: a collaborative model for curriculum and professional development

@inproceedings{Bore2006BottomupFC,
  title={Bottom–up for creativity in science?: a collaborative model for curriculum and professional development},
  author={Anne Bore},
  year={2006}
}
Science education in the United Kingdom faces a dual challenge in the near future: that of addressing increasing disaffection from the subject by pupils as they enter adolescence coupled with the downturn in learning as they leave primary school behind. Both bridging work and teacher creativity have been identified as key ingredients in ensuring pupil engagement in learning, yet innovation requires both time and a broader vision than may be offered by a normative and centralized pedagogy. This… CONTINUE READING