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Gradwell, Jill M.; DiCamillo, Lorrei – Middle Grades Research Journal, 2013
Historical simulations are often criticized for being superficial, reinforcing negative stereotypes, and skewing students' view of history. Simulation critics argue if inexperienced teachers implement simulations, they may adversely influence students' psychological development, especially if students take roles as perpetrators or victims.…
Descriptors: Simulation, Teaching Methods, Middle School Students, Grade 8
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Clayton, Christine D.; Ardito, Gerald – Middle Grades Research Journal, 2009
The authors of this study document one middle school classroom in an attempt to understand how inquiry learning, supported with technological tools, can provide students with opportunities to develop ownership of science content knowledge. Case study and collaborative teacher researcher methods were utilized to document the implementation of a…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Classroom Environment, Teacher Researchers, Teaching Methods