Students as teachers

Galus, Pamela
April 2000
Science Teacher;Apr2000, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
Relates the author's experience in allowing her students in a physical science class to have the chance to present subject demonstrations to special education students. Requirements for students to master the concept behind the demonstration well enough to explain it to someone else; Development of the students' presentation skills and knowledge in physical science.


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