10. Reflection

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We need to teach the story of science, not just the facts. An overarching narrative of the history of the universe provides context for students’ understanding, engages them in the learning of science (especially if they’re not particularly STEM inclined), and provides justification for a multi-disciplinary and multi-faceted approach to science education.  Then, when students … Continued