Roberts, R. (2001) 'Procedural understanding in biology : the 'thinking behind the doing'.', Journal of biological education., 35 (3). pp. 113-117.
Procedural understanding should be taught to students for an understanding of the 'nature of science'. Considers some of the concepts of evidence that are particularly important to biology, and discusses how and why these ideas could be taught.
|Keywords:||Procedural understanding, Biology investigations, Scientific evidence, Biological literacy, Concepts of evidence.|
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