Teachers today find themselves in the middle of tremendous education changes and as teachers they will be expected to play an important part in implementing course revisions. Which part shall they play? Some have closed their eyes to the new directions and hope they will go away, but like the ostrich these teachers are just fooling themselves. The numbers of open classroom elementary schools are increasing and the traditional ways of presenting science in the high schools will encounter greater student resentment. It therefore behooves teachers to begin to look for a way to introduce change in their classroom. What I propose is a model which shows how to easily lead the students into an individualized science program. The word "individualize" seems to be everywhere and a clear and concise model of how to incorporate it into the classroom is needed.
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
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"A Model for Implementing Individualization in the Science Classroom,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol11/iss1/5