Darwin-inspired learning

Michael Reiss discusses an enquiry-based pedagogy that takes the professional practice of Charles Darwin as its source. Darwin-inspired learning, with its focus on close observation and hands-on enquiry, seeks to re-engage children and young people with the living world through critical and creative thinking modeled on Darwin’s life and science. Michael Reiss is Professor of Science Education at the UCL Institute of Education.

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