Pasteur has said that "in our century science is the soul of the prosperity of nations and the living source of all progress." Teachers of this important branch of knowledge, then, should carefully consider the methods of instruction in the science departments of our secondary schools. As these methods vary considerably, no general criticism of them will be attempted here. However there are certain fundamentals that merit attention, and in this paper we will examine three of them.
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"Improved Methods in Science Teaching,"
Science Bulletin: Vol. 1:
4, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/science_bulletin/vol1/iss4/7