Giving mothers a voice: towards home involvement in high school science
Parents, in particular mothers, often have little knowledge of or confidence in science, yet their involvement and interest in their children’s school work can have a positive effect on their children’s choice of subjects for study or their future career. At the high school level, parental involvement can be particularly problematic. This paper describes a pilot programme which was designed to engage mothers in the kind of science that their children would encounter in high school, to encourage...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Science Education. Part B: Communication and Public Engagement|
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