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  3. The term “Learning Science” is a strange one and ironically could be seen as ambiguous in English. It’s ironic as you would think after 250,000 years of human civilisation that we would understand by now how we learn. Learning after all is existential to the way we are. Learning is being. Yet, depending on the context, “Learning Science” could be interpreted as “I’m learning about science”. The term could also be seen as relating only to learning that involves science. Neither of these meanings are correct in the sense intended in this article. Happily, the Cambridge Handbook of th
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