Phasing in Future Teachers

Westerlund, Julie F.; Stephenson, Amanda L.
November 2002
Journal of College Science Teaching;Nov2002, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p171
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of phasing method for teaching science inquiry to college science students who will become science teachers. Importance of inquiry; Details on the phases of the method; Information on the instructional outcomes of the method.


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