How to Succeed in Physics Without Really Crying

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1996-05
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Science and Children
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As a first-grade teacher, I enjoy watching my students learn as they explore and investigate. So I welcomed the chance to make my own discoveries in an introductory college-level course titled "Physics and Society." I soon learned, however, that there would be no hands-on learning or cooperative group participation in this class.
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Science teachers, Physics, Science learning, College instruction, Teaching methods, Science education, Educational environment
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Dickinson, V. L., & Flick, L. B. (1996). How to succeed in physics without really crying. Science and Children, 33 (8), 37-38.
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