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Reflective practices in secondary school science
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Paper presented at the International Science Education Conference, Singapore, 22-24 November 2006
Curricular changes in secondary school science lead schools to introduce more reflective practices in
the form of project work, portfolio assessment, inquiry-based activities and creative-critical thinking
components in classroom or laboratory pedagogy. This paper reviews some of the trends and
practices in the science classroom, particularly in the learning of experimental science. The
discussion includes a sharing of reflective practices by in the teaching of science and reflective
learning opportunities for students in preparation for them to be life long learners in society.
Examples of teaching strategies and experiences gleaned from classroom and professional training
practices will also be shared.
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