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Taylor, Neil; Tulip, David – Australian Science Teachers Journal, 1997
Outlines three activities for different areas of biology that can serve as motivators for students or as demonstrations. Each activity is easy to organize and uses available materials. Topics include evolution, anaerobic respiration, and heat loss. (DDR)
Descriptors: Biology, Concept Formation, Demonstrations (Science), Elementary Secondary Education
Ballantyne, Roy; Witney, Eve; Tulip, David – International Journal of Environmental Education and Information, 1998
Environmental education is often characterized by a concern with developing attitudes and behavior rather than developing environmental knowledge and concepts. Students may thus unknowingly hold and later teach environmental misconceptions. Discusses the use of interactive worksheets to provide a time-effective means of developing students'…
Descriptors: Concept Formation, Critical Thinking, Environmental Education, Foreign Countries