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Assessment and feedback in Philosophy of Science
6 August 2013
Philosophy of Science is an introductory course aiming to get students to think critically about science and begin to consider some of the subject's 'big questions'. In this video, the Department of Science and Technology Studies' Dr Chiara Ambrosio (and some of her students) discuss the modes of assessment in her course.
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