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Have students explore news sources for relevant articles of their own choosing. Let them present and discuss those articles in groups or in a classwide forum. Resources Hurd, P. D. 1994. New minds for a new age: Prologue to modernizing the science curriculum. Science Education 78 (1): 103–116. Jennings, T. , and J. Eichinger. 1999. Science education and human rights: Explorations into critical social consciousness and postmodern science instruction. International Journal of Educational Reform 8 (1): 37–44.
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