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Science education research has recognized the potential of NanoScience and nanoTechnology (NST) due to its contribution to scientific literacy of future generations. Scholars have identified nine "Big Ideas" as important enough to teach in order to understand NST issues. Based on these "Big Ideas" a teaching learning sequence for lower secondary students has been developed focused on: Size and Scale, Tools and Instrumentation, Size-Dependent Properties and Science-Technology-Society. Thedoi:10.31129/lumat.v3i4.1019 fatcat:52fiokuxfjbuhamskj65xsauqm