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ERIC Number: EJ030106
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1970
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Which Extreme Variant of the Problem-Solving Method of Teaching Should Be More Characteristic of the Many Teacher Variations of Problem-Solving Teaching?
Mahan, Luther A.
Science Education, 54, 4, 309-316, Oct/Dec '70
Compares the effects of two problem-solving teaching approaches. Lower ability students in an activity group demonstrated superior growth in basic science understanding, &roblem-solving skills, science interests, personal adjustment, and school attitudes. Neither method favored cognitive learning by higher ability students. (PR)
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