The importance of engaging pupils actively in demonstrations
Issue 130 | Page 20 | Published Nov 2013
Liisa Suomela, Kalle Juuti and Maija Ahtee from Finland provide some ideas, particularly relevant for new teachers, about making demonstrations active rather than passive experiences.
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