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Secondary Science Teacher Engagement with New Knowledge 30

Part A Demographics (Please answer all of the following questions.)

“This survey deals with how you have maintained your knowledge of current science in the time since your initial training as a science teacher and how you find out about the most recent developments in your area of scientific interest. We are interested in how you discover both things that are new to you and things that are newly discovered.”

You are invited to participate in the research project identified above which is being conducted by Bob Šablatúra (PhD research student) from the School of Education/ Faculty of Education and Arts at the University of Newcastle.


The research is supervised by Associate Professor Mitchell O'Toole from the Faculty of Education and Arts and Emeritus Professor John O’Connor from the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Newcastle.

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