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An analysis of teaching competence in science teachers involved in the design of context-based curriculum materials lesley g a de putter-smits a. For this reason, numerous research studies have been conducted in science textbook analysis in the past several decades in 1941, graham noted that “the. Sustainability science has developed from a new research field into a vibrant discipline in its own right, with scientific conferences, journals and. Abstract: the purpose of this study is to quantify the use of science fiction films in academic papers as well as to analyse the patterns of use.
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