Research and analysis

Girls into Physics: action research project

This report gauges the success of the interventions that schools undertook as part of the 2008 Girls into Physics action research project.

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Girls into Physics: action research project

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Girls into Physics: action research project - brief

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The Girls into Physics action research programme arose from a desire to share information on successful teaching and learning strategies to engage girls with physics. The overall aim of the evaluation was to gauge the success of the interventions that schools undertook as part of the 2008 Girls into Physics action research project.

Science learning centres recruited schools and worked with them to review the participation of girls in physics in their own schools. Teachers developed individual action research projects to address the issues identified in schools. A total of 59 out of 101 schools completed the project and submitted final reports.

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