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|Title:||Science communication from undergraduate students to children: activities, opportunities and challenges|
Forjaz, Maria Antónia
Almeida, M. J.
Almeida Aguiar, Cristina
|Citation:||Ferreira, J, Marques, J, Forjaz, MA, Almeida, MJ, Almeida‐Aguiar, C. (2015). Science Communication from Undergraduate Students to Children: Activities, Opportunities and Challenges. Hands‐on Science. Brightening our Future. Costa, MF, Dorrío, BV (Eds.); Hands‐on Science Network, 2015, 239|
|Abstract(s):||Science is the engine of society’s development and the promotion of scientific literacy is very important not only to engage new generations in the world of science but also to make scientific concepts more clear, accessible and appealing to non-expert citizens. Science education should start as early as possible, awakening children to critical observation of the surrounded environment and the scientific thought. The most effective and successful way seems to be through experimental activities, which in turn should be provided as soon as possible.|
|Appears in Collections:||DBio - Resumos em livros de atas/Abstracts in proceedings|