Current Trends in Science Education in Elementary and Secondary Schools: Biological Materials in the Program of General Education
by Frederick L. Fitzpatrick - 1948
Biological materials continue to be important in any scheme of general education which purports to prepare the citizen for more intelligent participation in the affairs and decisions of modern society. Instruction involving science materials needs to be brought within the ken of all learners, on the one hand; on the other hand, it must be assured that such materials have real and dynamic relationships to the common experiences of present-day life.
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