Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/1915
Title: How do children’s ideas in science affect science teaching?
Authors: Chia, Lian Sai
Goh, Ngoh Khang
Issue Date: 1987
Citation: Teaching and Learning, 8(1),79-83
Abstract: A child, after birth, is constantly using his five senses to interact with the environment, including human beings and materials. He learns through such interaction and gradually establishes his own ideas about natural phenomena. This will form his basic arguments/reasonings in explaining what happens to people and things. Such intuitive ideas can be easily discovered as children give their opinions about what is observed or what will happen. The following episodes will illustrate what we mean.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/1915
ISSN: 0129-7112
Appears in Collections:Journal Articles - Teaching and Learning

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