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Review of Danielsson and Warwick (2014): ‘All we did was things like forces and motion’

Findlay, Morag (2014) Review of Danielsson and Warwick (2014): ‘All we did was things like forces and motion’. [Review]

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Abstract

This is a review of the article ‘All We Did was Things Like Forces and Motion …’: Multiple Discourses in the development of primary science teachers. By Paul Warwick and Anna Danielsson. International Journal of Science Education Volume 36, Issue 1, 2014.