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Social Studies Review

1985 Volume 67, Number 238

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Science Notes

    Activities, experiments, computer programs, equipment, procedures, demonstrations, and teaching techniques are provided for a wide variety of topics in the biological and physical sciences. They... More

    pp. 66-138

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  2. Science Education Notes

    Describes (in separate articles): computer simulations in science education; how junior high school students revised an experiment; a framework for assessment in science; physics, relevance, and... More

    pp. 139-59

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