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School science and Portuguese women growing in science

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It’s simple, but it still needs to be done. There is a need for curriculum reform that values ​​scientific knowledge production processes, integrating science, engineering, and mathematics into curriculum design, with extensions to art and the design. It is simple, but it still has to assume a methodological perspective that fits the needs of the contemporary world.

Amazement and enthusiasm for scientific knowledge and the processes of science must constitute one of the most intense experiences of compulsory education. But this is not what happens. School science continues to not provide sufficient opportunities for students to participate in practical and experiential activities. Years pass, in the second and third cycles of basic education, without students entering the laboratory. I know of cases of students from a high school science and technology course who have very limited experience in practical and experimental work.

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