Lynda Dunlop is a lecturer in science education at the University of York and a member of the University of York Science Education Group (UYSEG), She is involved in teacher education, curriculum development and research in science education. She also teaches about science, philosophy and education on various undergraduate programmes. Before joining UYSEG, Lynda taught chemistry and philosophy in schools.
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