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Innovations in science education are increasingly needed to foster citizens' greater scientific literacy. Results in science education research are contributing to a change of views with regard to the content, teaching/learning processes, teaching methods, teachers' role, etc. in science classes. Additionally, technological resources currently available for information transmission and information retrieval have also reached the school, challenging ways of teaching and learning. Teachers feel committed to following new guidelines when selecting and structuring teaching content, when approaching their work in the classroom, when deciding the tasks carried out by students and when choosing teaching materials.

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