This paper presents some practical suggestions for motivating the "educationally uninvolved" student on the one hand, and challenging the intellectually gifted student on the other. Teacher-planned, but student-oriented and directed, three courses geared to the pace of the individual student, are described. The net result of two of these courses as approached the past two years, is a reason- able degree of success leading to a strong acceptance on the part of the author of the basic philosophy of "Schools Without Failure.“ The third is a new plan to be introduced in the author's school in the fall of 1971.
Iowa Science Teachers' Journal
© Copyright 1972 by the Iowa Academy of Science
Patik, Claire Marie
"Given: The Chance,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol9/iss4/4