Contents: Science, Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Science in the Curriculum, Need of Science, Objectives of Science, Instructional Objectives of Science, Trends in Elementary School Science, Science Education in Secondary Schools, Designing Science Units of Study, Problem Solving, Practical Solving, Practical Work, Nature Work, Creativity, Community Resources, Microcomputers, Reading, Writing, Effective Communication, Learning Difficulties, Professional Science Teacher, Mentor Teachers, Innovative Evaluation Procedures, Improving Science Curriculum, Role of Educational Philosophies in Improving the Quality of Science Curriculum, Futurism in the Science Curriculum, Project 2000 +, Learning Without Burden.lum areas of the elementary-school. Curriculum guides should be used in terms, of providing suggestions for teaching. They should definitely not be prescriptive. In the early history of curriculum guides, it was felt that these were to be followed anbsp;...
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