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The importance of affect in science education

Reiss, M; (2005) The importance of affect in science education. In: Cobern, WW and Tobin, K and Brown-Acquay, H and Espinet, M and Irzik, G and Jegede, O and Herrera, and Rollnick, M and Sjøberg, S and Tuan, H and Alsop, S, (eds.) Beyond Cartesian dualism : encountering affect in the teaching and learning of science. (pp. 17-25). Springer Netherlands: Dordrecht.

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Title: The importance of affect in science education
ISBN-13: 978-1-4020-3807-5
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URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10024145
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