How the Individual Learns Science
by Paul L. Dressel - 1960
Important among the objectives of science teaching are the learning of concepts, generalizations or principles, and scientific methods and attitudes, This chapter deals with the ways in which pupils learn these concepts, principles, methods, and attitudes, how aptitude and achievement in science can be evaluated, and, finally, a point of view about learning science.
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