Science Rooms and Their Equipment
by Morris Meister - 1932
The present program of science teaching in elementary and secondary schools is conducted in a specialized group of rooms equipped with a specialized set of materials. This feature of the science teaching is particularly significant. There are few if any other curricula in which so much attention is given to the physical environment in which effective teaching and learning can proceed. In the work of the science teacher a large amount of time and energy is devoted to procuring, devising, organizing, caring for, and manipulating materials.
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