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Describing and supporting effective science teaching and learning in Australian schools - validation issues
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The research described in this paper was undertaken as part of the Science in Schools Research Project, funded by the Victorian Department of Education, Employment and Training, and this government support is gratefully acknowledged. In particular Helen Conley, who manages the SiS projects, has been influential in supporting and influencing the direction of the project. The development and refining of the processes described in this paper has been shared by members of the Deakin University - based SiS research project team: Annette Gough, Brian Sharpley, Bruce Waldrip, Michele Griffiths, Sophie Tsiatsias, Robin Matthews, Geoff Beeson, Jeff Northfield, Pat Armstrong, Gillian Milne (project manager).
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