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Cook, Kristin L.; Bush, Sarah B. – School Science and Mathematics, 2018
Complementing the aims of problem-based inquiry, a pedagogical approach called design thinking (DT) has students grapple with issues that require a creative redefinition and reimagining of solutions akin to professional skills of designers, who consider conflicting priorities and complex negotiations to arrive at a solution to an ill-defined…
Descriptors: Design, Integrated Curriculum, STEM Education, Art Education
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Swineford, Lois A.; Holtan, Boyd D. – School Science and Mathematics, 1991
The activities of a teacher who developed and piloted an eclectic model in an eighth grade mathematics classroom are described. Peer tutoring, cooperative learning, and mastery learning elements were selected and combined into a classroom program designed to increase student mathematics success. (KR)
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Grade 8, Junior High Schools, Mastery Learning
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Tobin, Kenneth – School Science and Mathematics, 1990
Reviews research on the purpose and effectiveness of laboratory activities. Discusses epistemology, problem solving, cooperative learning, student involvement, assessment, and teachers as researchers. (YP)
Descriptors: Elementary School Science, Elementary Secondary Education, Laboratory Experiments, Laboratory Procedures
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Okebukola, Peter Akinsola – School Science and Mathematics, 1986
The effects of cooperative learning on attitudes of students toward laboratory work were studied with ninth-grade biology students in Nigeria. It was found to be successful in developing favorable attitudes. Reasons for this are discussed. (MNS)
Descriptors: Biology, Educational Research, Grade 9, Group Activities
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Pedersen, Jon E. – School Science and Mathematics, 1992
High-school chemistry students (n=96) were studied to compare the effects of two forms of instruction on science achievement and anxiety toward science: (1) cooperative controversy with science, technology, and society issues; and (2) individualized instruction. Analysis of variance indicated significant reduction in anxiety of students instructed…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Analysis of Variance, Anxiety, Conflict
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Francis, Rodney G.; And Others – School Science and Mathematics, 1991
Presents an account of how mathematics and science educators at a Australian university combined to produce a Mathematics/Science Learning Cycle (MS Learning Cycle) to provide a consistent approach to teaching in these two subject areas. Discusses background information, outcomes of using the MS Learning Cycle in teacher preparation and in the…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Elementary Education, Ethnography, Foreign Countries
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McCoy, Leah P. – School Science and Mathematics, 1990
Selects five critical elements for success in problem solving in mathematics and in computer programing: general strategy; planning; logical thinking; variables; and debugging. Describes the role of the five elements based on a literature review. Forty-one references are listed. (YP)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Elementary School Mathematics, Elementary Secondary Education, Logical Thinking
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Ruiz, Elsa Cantu – School Science and Mathematics, 2011
Latinas/os, the largest and fastest growing minority ethnic group in the United States (impels research that focuses on the education of Latinas/os and the need to reduce the achievement gap that persists between Latinas/os and other groups. Such research has gained in popularity; however, it is still very limited. I use my teaching experience…
Descriptors: Achievement Gap, Mathematics Education, Learning Motivation, Teaching Experience
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Onslow, Barry – School Science and Mathematics, 1990
Described is research which considers the appropriateness of using games in the mathematics classroom. The methodology of the study, the game used in the study, and the results of the study are presented. Games were found to be a beneficial addition to the learning environment. (CW)
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Educational Games, Elementary School Mathematics, Instructional Materials
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Lawrenz, Frances; Orton, Robert E. – School Science and Mathematics, 1989
Investigates similarities and differences of science and mathematics teachers' teaching practices related to critical thinking. Compares the two groups of teachers in terms of objectives and assessment techniques, teaching preferences, various activities, and use of cooperative groups. Reports the results for all of 53 items. (YP)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Critical Thinking, Mathematics Teachers, Science Teachers
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Roth, Wolff-Michael – School Science and Mathematics, 1993
Provides an example of the integration of science and mathematics learning of one high school physics student in a constructivist classroom. Discusses the student's integration of mathematical and nonmathematical representations and of different mathematical representations in a nonuniform acceleration experiment. Describes a model for integrating…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Constructivism (Learning), Graphs, Integrated Activities
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Gwizdala, Joyce; Steinback, Myriam – School Science and Mathematics, 1990
Examined were high school female students' attitudes toward mathematics and the effect of including males in the classroom. Compares attitude differences between students in single-sex and mixed-sex schools. (YP)
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Attitudes, Coeducation, Females
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Barba, Robertta; Cardinale, Loretta – School Science and Mathematics, 1991
The quality and quantity of science classroom interactions in relationship to gender were identified. The observational variables included level of question, type of response, method of attraction, target student gender, teacher gender, and class enrollments. The results suggest that female students have fewer interactions with science teachers…
Descriptors: Biology, Chemistry, Classroom Environment, Classroom Observation Techniques
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Lehman, Jeffrey R. – School Science and Mathematics, 1985
Questionnaire responses from 193 high schools indicate that very few science teachers use microcomputers regularly in classrooms. Descriptions of schools/science departments, background information on faculty using microcomputers, and nature/extent of utilization are discussed along with possible causes of limited use and recommendations for…
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, High Schools, Microcomputers, Science Departments
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Dunkelberger, Gary E.; Heikkinen, Henry – School Science and Mathematics, 1984
Investigated was the influence on learner outcomes of the repeatable testing provision of Bloom's mastery learning model for ninth graders in an Introduction to Chemistry and Physics course. Neither student achievement nor attitude toward learning science was favorably influenced by repeatable testing. (MNS)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Educational Research, Grade 9, Mastery Learning
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