Linking science lessons to real-world examples boosts achievement

10/8/2012 | eSchool News

Interactive software can help students learn challenging science concepts by incorporating real-life examples that underscore lessons learned in the classroom, write Texas teachers Noe Granado and Seth R. Hawkins. Middle-school teachers who used Adaptive Curriculum programs in their classrooms also let students investigate the programs on their own and report back about what they found, giving students an extra boost of confidence in helping to teach their teachers, they note.

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