How do traditionally successful pupils experience inquiry-oriented science instruction? Lessons from a teacher-developed unit (open access)
Issue 373 | Page 55 | Published Jun 2019
Designing inquiry-oriented instruction is difficult, and students accustomed to traditional pedagogy may resist; this article explores students' reactions to a teacher-designed inquiry unit in a high school advanced physics course.
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