Student attitudes, engagement and participation in STEM subjects

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Student attitudes, engagement and participation in STEM subjects. / Bennett, Judith; Braund, Martin ; Sharpe, Rachael May.

London : The Royal Society, 2014. 52 p.

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Harvard

Bennett, J, Braund, M & Sharpe, RM 2014, Student attitudes, engagement and participation in STEM subjects. The Royal Society, London. <https://royalsociety.org/-/media/education/policy/vision/reports/ev-3-vision-research-reports-20140624.pdf?la=en-GB&hash=75DA4DE6E39235089BF3C83AC695CA20>

APA

Bennett, J., Braund, M., & Sharpe, R. M. (2014). Student attitudes, engagement and participation in STEM subjects. The Royal Society. https://royalsociety.org/-/media/education/policy/vision/reports/ev-3-vision-research-reports-20140624.pdf?la=en-GB&hash=75DA4DE6E39235089BF3C83AC695CA20

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Bennett J, Braund M, Sharpe RM. Student attitudes, engagement and participation in STEM subjects. London: The Royal Society, 2014. 52 p.

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Bennett, Judith ; Braund, Martin ; Sharpe, Rachael May. / Student attitudes, engagement and participation in STEM subjects. London : The Royal Society, 2014. 52 p.

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