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2003
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Chin, C. (2003). Students' approaches to learning science: Responding to learners' needs. School Science Review, 85(310), 97-105.
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This article reports on students' approaches to learning science. In particular, it highlights the findings of three related research studies conducted by the author and teases out the implications for instructional practice in science classrooms. Areas of focus include: (a) the
nature of students' approaches to learning; (b) a comparison of the qualitative differences between deep and surface learning approaches; (c) the learning strategies associated with a deep approach; (d) the role of student-generated questions in science learning; and (e) implications for instruction. The article also discusses some issues related. to the research findings.
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