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Epistemic insight and classrooms with permeable walls

@article{Billingsley2017EpistemicIA,
  title={Epistemic insight and classrooms with permeable walls},
  author={B. Billingsley and Andrea Ramos Arias},
  journal={The School science review},
  year={2017},
  volume={99},
  pages={44-53}
}
The boundaries between subject disciplines in secondary education today make it difficult for students to see their subjects in context. However, examining the secondary curriculum in England shows that there are a wealth of opportunities for making links and helping to develop students’ epistemic insight and scholarly thought. This article provides concrete examples of these opportunities and offers a view into ongoing research by the LASAR Centre at Canterbury Christ Church University (UK… Expand
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Andrea Ramos Arias is a Research Fellow at the LASAR Centre in Canterbury
    Berry Billingsley is a Professor of Science Education at the LASAR Centre in Canterbury