Sound ecology

Singletary, James R.
April 2000
Science Teacher;Apr2000, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p40
Academic Journal
Presents tips on how to apply problem-based learning in ecology classes. Asking students to solve real life ecology problems; Example of an application of PBL in an ecology class; Importance of the method in exposing students to interactive research.


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