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Articles about Darwin and his work
Associates and consultants working with the Charles Darwin Trust write articles appearing in many of the major education journals. These articles are about Darwin Inspired Learning and include details about education work with the Trust at Down House and elsewhere. Where possible, we have made the pre-edited version of the paper available to download using the links below or linked to where the final article can be downloaded from.
Grace, M, Hanley, P and Johnson, S, 2008. Darwin-Inspired Science. School Science Review.
Goldie-Morrison, K, 2009. Major Influences on Charles Darwin. Heritage Learning 40 (English Heritage).
Johnson, S, 2008. Teaching Children to Tackle Big Questions. Roots (Botanic Gardens Conservation International Education Review).
Johnson, S, 2008. Teaching Science Outdoors. School Science Review.
Johnson, S, 2009. Darwin-Inspired Learning in the School Grounds . Primary Science Review.
Johnson, S, 2009. Follow in Darwin's Footsteps . Second Nature Issue 29 (Natural History Museum Child Members' Magazine).
Johnson, S, 2009. Using Landscapes for Darwin-Inspired Learning outside the Classroom. Heritage Learning 40 (English Heritage).
Keynes, R, 2009. 'I thought I'd try the telephone' - Darwin,his disciple, insects and earthworms. Journal of the Linnean Society Special Issue.
Keynes, R, 2009. Darwin's Ways of Working - an Opportunity for Education. Journal of Biological Education Volume 43 Number 3.
Maloney, J, Johnson, S &Goldie-Morrison, K, 2011. A Memorable Day Out. Primary Science Review.
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