2 edition of Towards a more authentic and feasible science curriculum for secondary schools. found in the catalog.
Towards a more authentic and feasible science curriculum for secondary schools.
John Lawrence Bencze
Written in English
Thesis (Ed.D.)--University of Toronto, 1995.
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|Number of Pages||386|
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Bencze, J.L. Towards a More Authentic and Feasible Science Curriculum for Secondary Schools. Unpublished PhD Thesis. Toronto: The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, The University of Toronto.
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Background Technology Education (TE) in the Hong Kong school curriculum focuses on how human. In Northern Ireland, there are grammar schools (academically selective) and secondary schools. Grammar schools provide a range of courses for pupils aged 11 to 18 years, whilst secondary schools provide a similar range of courses for 11 to 16 year olds (although some offer post opportunities).
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(i.e. colonization continued). A more authentic integration of TEK with Western science would share decision-making power, (). Towards an indigenous science curriculum. Research in Science Education, 26, Research interests.
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boards is a clear indication of the move away from IT and a new emphasis on Computer Science in the English National curriculum.
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Purposive sampling approach was used to identify the samples. Multiple linear regression was used to answer the research questions.Whenever science helps the engineer to solve a problem, science should be used. When, as is usually the case, science does not give a complete answer, it is necessary to use experience and judgment.
The professional stature of an engineer depends on skill in utilizing all sources of information to reach practical solutions to processing problems.