The Measurement of Understanding in Science
by Louis M. Heil, Paul E. Kambly, Marcus Mainardi & Leah Weisman — 1946
The development of understandings in the context of the material and method of science is one of the most important objectives of science instruction. Although the emphasis in this chapter is placed on understandings, from science instruction, other important outcomes such as desirable attitudes and interests are also assumed to be necessary if science instruction is to result in happiness for the individual as a member of a democratic society.
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