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Restructuring the Science Classroom


T.H.E. Journal Volume 19, Number 9, ISSN 0192-592X


Describes student involvement within interdisciplinary, cooperative-learning environments that utilize desktop publishing, computer interfacing, and video production to promote students' investigation, analysis, and synthesis of scientific issues. Each student group is guided by a preservice university partner, from a science methods course, to suggest and promote activities relevant to the group presentation. (seven references) (JJK)


Reif, R.J. & Morse, G.M. (1992). Restructuring the Science Classroom. T.H.E. Journal, 19(9), 69-72. Retrieved August 15, 2022 from .

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