This book is packed with practical ideas and advice on the art of teaching science. The use of exposition, demostrations, practical work, investigations, circuses, independent learning, simulations and discussion are explored in detail through a wide variety of richly illustrated examples, alongside the reasons teachers have for choosing one strategy rather than another. The examples are taken from recent classrooms, made more vivid by a large collection of photographs and pen sketches. The book is written primarily for ...

Teaching Science 1995, Routledge, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780713040159

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