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Science Teacher
written by Gregor A. Ramsey and Robert W. Howe
Reviewed is research on instructional procedures used to teach science in secondary schools. This part, the first of a two part review, discusses studies emphasizing outcomes obtained from generalized instruction in a classroom or classroom-laboratory setting. Outcomes discussed include knowledge of science content and concepts, understanding the scientific enterprise, critical thinking, and attitude development. The review is summarized by ten conclusions arising from the implications of the research studies reviewed. An extensive bibliography of the field is included.
Science Teacher: Volume 36, Issue 3, Pages 62-70
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Education - Applied Research
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© 1969 NSTA
Accession Number:
6445543
ISSN Number:
0036-8555
Keywords:
Achievement, Attitudes, Critical Thinking, Deduction, Evaluation, Induction, Instruction, Secondary School Science, Teaching Methods, research review
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G. Ramsey and R. Howe, Sci. Teach. 36 (3), 62 (1969), WWW Document, (http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED026287.pdf).
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G. Ramsey and R. Howe, An Analysis of Research on Instructional Procedures in Secondary School Science, Part I--Outcomes of Instruction, Sci. Teach. 36 (3), 62 (1969), <http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED026287.pdf>.
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Ramsey, G., & Howe, R. (1969). An Analysis of Research on Instructional Procedures in Secondary School Science, Part I--Outcomes of Instruction. Sci. Teach., 36(3), 62-70. Retrieved October 1, 2014, from http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED026287.pdf
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Ramsey, Gregor A., and Robert W. Howe. "An Analysis of Research on Instructional Procedures in Secondary School Science, Part I--Outcomes of Instruction." Sci. Teach. 36, no. 3, (1969): 62-70, http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED026287.pdf (accessed 1 October 2014).
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Ramsey, Gregor A., and Robert W. Howe. "An Analysis of Research on Instructional Procedures in Secondary School Science, Part I--Outcomes of Instruction." Sci. Teach. 36.3 (1969): 62-70. 1 Oct. 2014 <http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED026287.pdf>.
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