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“…While there have been efforts to make chemistry more inclusive for students who have marginalized race and gender identities, these individuals are still underrepresented in STEM. 71 Past research suggests that cultural, gender, and racial stereotypes can impede student's learning. 72 Moreover, it is argued that professors should move toward making STEM classrooms more welcoming for women of color.…”
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“…While there have been efforts to make chemistry more inclusive for students who have marginalized race and gender identities, these individuals are still underrepresented in STEM. 71 Past research suggests that cultural, gender, and racial stereotypes can impede student's learning. 72 Moreover, it is argued that professors should move toward making STEM classrooms more welcoming for women of color.…”
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“…During classroom learning children with special needs, in accordance with their abilities, should acquire some basic knowledge in integrated science on their primary school science lessons. It is particularly important that within the inclusive education model (IEP), teachers choose the most suitable approach and methods to satisfy the pupils' curiosity for studying nature and to help them acquire some basic knowledge in integrated science (Cardoso Gomes, Mortimer and Kelly, 2011). Topics from integrated science are important notions which should be included in many children's games and activities.…”
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