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Evaluation of the Darwin Education Initiative : summary report : January 2011 / Richard Lloyd, Mark Dyball and Heather Rose.

Lloyd, Richard.
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As part of the Darwin200 celebrations in 2009 the Wellcome Trust commissioned a range of activities including experiment kits for schools. The Great Plant Hunt for primary schools and Survival Rivals for secondary schools enabled young people to carry out practical investigations about evolution. This evaluation report summary, undertaken by GHK Consulting, People Science & Policy Ltd and TNS-BMRB on behalf of the Wellcome Trust, looks at the impact of these resources.

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London : Wellcome Trust, 2011.

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1 online resource.

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"Evaluation Report Summary" -- cover.

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