Science education: attitude development in science museums/centres
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The generation of positive attitudes toward science among school students is crucial, since without it all other aspects of achievements are likely to be limited. The present study argues that science museums/centres have far-reaching potential in this regard, but the researches carried out thus far have failed to produce consistent and convincing results. This paper discusses the factors that might be responsible for this situation, and makes a number of recommendations that can be attempted in the future studies.
Kaushik, Raj. (1997). Science education: attitude development in science museums/centres. Nova Scotian Institute of Science 41(3) 115-126.