the History of Science in Non-Western Traditions. Vanda Alves teaches science at the secondary school level in Portugal. She has a Licence in Biology and Geology Education (University of Lisbon). Her interests include the construction and testing of materials for classrooms within a Vygotskian and Bernsteinian approaches, where the multiple aspects of the nature [Book Review]

Science & Education 13:257-259 (2004)

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