Talk:Biology in elementary schools

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Learning By Doing103:18, 26 February 2011
«no subject»101:14, 11 January 2011
«no subject»019:57, 21 July 2010

Learning By Doing

  In teaching Biology in Elementary schools, the foundational aspect matter alot. The basic in teaching biology is at the tender with practicals asking them to do whatever taught themselves. Biology is an interesting subject with practicals. The see and touch most of what they are taught unlike physics as a subject. The children should learn by doing. Biology is my best subject.

Ubandoma

Ubandoma (talk)13:22, 10 February 2011

Hi,

I agree that hands-on is best. I hope you can make use of some of the activities!

Declan

Dmccabe (talk)03:18, 26 February 2011
 

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Rrominger (talk)19:58, 21 July 2010

Thank you for your feed back; spelling issues in the titles of the teaching ideas are stylistic choices made by the students. There are no citations in the main page. I'm pleased you found the templates useful. Cheers, Declan

Dmccabe (talk)01:14, 11 January 2011
 

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Rrominger (talk)19:57, 21 July 2010