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ERIC Number: EJ039267
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Publication Date: 1971
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A Comparison of the Relative Effectiveness of Two Methods of Teaching the Course Time, Space, and Matter to Selected Eighth Grade Pupils
Friend, Harold
School Science and Mathematics, 71, 1, 69-74, Jan 71
Reports on study to determine whether pupil-inquiry method is superior to a teacher-directed method of teaching Time, Space, and Matter to eighth graders. Results indicate inquiry method more effective in developing understanding of the methods of science, but shows no difference for critical thinking and learning of science facts and principles. (PR)
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