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Title: 
Engaging science experiments for student-centred instruction: Shifting paradigms and building learning communities
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May-2002
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Ho, B. T., & Chew, C. (2002). Engaging science experiments for student-centred instruction: Shifting paradigms and building learning communities. In The classroom of the 21st century: A paradigm shift: Proceedings of the Teachers Network Conference v.2 (pp. 1-8). Singapore: Anglo-Chinese School (Independent).
Abstract: 
Interesting and instructive experiments using data-logging and info-communications technology (ICT) can shift science learning from the teacher-centred paradigm to the student-centred paradigm and increase the motivation of the learners in the discipline. At the same time, based on projects crafted from these experiments, teachers can build global learning communities through web-based interaction, dialogue, and competitions.
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