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Quality Teaching and Learning Experience in Science Through Play
Teaching for Quality Learning in Science through Play Introduction Play is a critical factor in early learning. Play has been linked with
development of intellectual skills and good understanding of natural
phenomenon in children. From a young age, children have a huge desire to
engage...
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A Reflection on Science Teachers' Analogical Reasoning, an Article by N. B. Mozzer and R. Justi
Scientific Journal Article Essay Article: Mozzer, N. B. & Justi, R. (2013) Science Teachers' Analogical
Reasoning. Research in Science Education, 43, 1689-1713. Synopsis The use of analogy to explain the unfamiliar is commonplace in
science teaching. Metallic bonding is described as a "sea of electrons",
double di...
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An Analysis of Practical Work in School Science: Which Way Now by J. J. Wellington
On Osborne's Criticism of Labs In a chapter from J.J. Wellington's Practical work in school science:
which way now? (1998) titled, Science education without a laboratory?,
Jonathan Osborne intrepidly argues that educators are overemphasizing
practical work in the science classroom. At first glance, the notion of
redu...
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