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ERIC Number: ED025429
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Feb
Pages: 141
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Cubberley/Lockheed Science Project Final Report, Volume II - Experimental Instructional Materials. An Instructional Package for a Unit on Scientific Inquiry.
New York State Psychological Association, Inc., New York.
The purpose of this instructional unit is to convey an understanding of the part played by effective problem definition and hypothesis statement in the solution of scientific problems. The major concepts of the unit are process rather than content oriented. Problems, hypotheses, variables, constants and controls represent the principal concepts emphasized in the unit. The unit is organized into four parts: Recognizing Problems, Stating Problems Effectively, Formulating Hypotheses, and Testing Hypotheses. The teaching materials consist of an informational narrative, a set of illustrative slides, and worksheets for the students. A multiple choice post-test is provided as a means of evaluating student attainment of eight behavioral objectives. This work was prepared under ESEA Title III contract. (BC)
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Sponsor: Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: New York State Psychological Association, Inc., New York.