2 edition of Identifying world views projected by science teaching materials found in the catalog.
Identifying world views projected by science teaching materials
Brent Scott Kilbourn
|Contributions||University of Toronto.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 212, A1-A317 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||317|
limitation imposed by inadequate materials for hands–on science teaching and learning, there is an observed poor attitude to learning (Agunsiobo, ; Eriba, ,) as well non-possession of. Projected materials enable educators to convey information to large numbers of people at the same time. However, such materials have to be prepared carefully and may need to be prepared professionally. In all cases, they require three things: the material; the projector; the screen.
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Identifying World Views Projected by Science Teaching Materials: A Case Study Using Pepper's WORLD HYPOTHESES to Analyze a Biology Textbook. Kilbourn, Brent The purpose of this study is to develop and demonstrate the use of a conceptual framework for assessing the potential of "world view" as a concept for understanding important issues in Cited by: 9.
IDENTIFYING WORLD VIEWS PROJECTED BY SCIENCE TEACHING MATERIALS: A CASE STUDY USING PEPPER'S WORLD HYPOTHESES TO ANALYZE A BIOLOGY TEXTBOOK.
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Download full text Kilbourn, Brent – about science curriculum materials in teaching and learning science. Second, other researchers have examined the way teachers describe the role of curriculum materials in their teaching (Remillard & Bryans, ; Drake & Sherin, ; Remillard, ).
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