Learning Science – The way it used to be

Ujian Amali Sain Tulen
Peperiksaan Akhir Tahun Tingkatan 4

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Teachers who embrace hands-on learning in science seem to recognize certain desirable outcomes and endorse student-centered instructional approaches. Research has confirmed many of the seemingly intuitive benefits of hands-on learning and has also documented a variety of unanticipated benefits. But what effects of hands-on learning are seen by advocates as most important or valuable?

    • I hear and I forget
      I see and I remember
      I do and I understand

– Chinese Proverb

Although these words may not be the exact translation, they underscore the need for a hands-on approach to science teaching. Without this approach students must rely on memory and abstract thought, two methods which restrict learning in most students. By actually doing and experiencing science, students develop their critical thinking skills as well as discover scientific concepts. This self discovery stays with students throughout their lifetimes while memory fades. Carol J. Stadum, The Planetary Society (producers of Marslink teaching packets), Pasadena, CA

Syabas kepada Lembaga Peperiksaan dan KPM kerana membawa balik Ujian Amali Sains di sekolah-sekolah.

12 Oct 2014 : CHEMISTRY

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13 Oct 2014 : PHYSICS

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14 Oct 2014 : BIOLOGY

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