Let Us Now Praise Science Teachers

Metz, Steve
October 2008
Science Teacher;Oct2008, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p8
Academic Journal
The author discusses the difficulties facing science teachers. He notes that science teachers must be able to understand curriculum content and ensure comprehension in students and comments on the use of equipment and importance of classroom management in science lessons. He notes the low salaries and the emotional stress of teaching and suggests science teachers deserve praise.


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