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Document Number: 10385

Effective Programs for Elementary Science: A Best-Evidence Synthesis - This article presents a systematic review of research on the achievement outcomes of all types of approaches to teaching science in elementary schools. The review concludes that science teaching methods focused on enhancing teachersí classroom instruction throughout the year, such as cooperative learning and science-reading integration, as well as approaches that give teachers technology tools to enhance instruction, have significant potential to improve science learning. (Johns Hopkins University School of Educationís Center for Data-Driven Reform in Education (CDDRE), May 2012)...


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