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Science and Critical Thinkings in Education Talk

Monday, 25 March, 2013 - 19:30 to 21:30

Organised by York Skeptics in the Pub, this will be an informal talk about the changing role of critical thinking in education, particularly at a primary school level. The talk will be given by Bethany Jenkins, who runs a Crest * scheme in her local primary school. Therefore, whilst the talk will look at critical thinking generally there will be a strong slant towards the teaching of science. This event, geared towards National Science Week, is part of the regular talks organised by York Skeptics in the Pub.

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Normal entry prices apply
Categories: 
General Science
Age group: 
Adults and University students
Contact details
Bethany
Jenkins
07703 976907
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