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Innovative Technologies in Science Teaching

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Primary Science Volume 120, ISSN 0269-2465


Technology plays a crucial role in pupils' and primary teachers' lives nowadays and its use can facilitate change towards an innovative school environment. The internet, for example, can act as a platform to foster science teaching and offers a variety of opportunities for effective science learning and engaging and motivating children. But primary teachers must acquire the critical skills to use this technology in order to benefit from it in their classrooms. In this article, the authors describe two easy-to-use examples that may get those who have not yet ventured far started with their incursion into this bold, new and exciting world. (Contains 3 figures and 1 table.)


Guerra, C., Pombo, L. & Moreira, A. (2011). Innovative Technologies in Science Teaching. Primary Science, 120, 26-28. Retrieved July 12, 2020 from .

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