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Journal of Curriculum and Supervision
written by Ricardo Trumper
Conventional science instruction often fails to address or change students' misconceptions about physical phenomena. Students stubbornly cling to anthropocentric, causal, and product conceptions about energy. This article explores scientific and pedagogical arguments favoring development of a spiral curriculum for teaching energy in (Israeli) senior high school physics courses, especially in mechanics units. (35 references)
Journal of Curriculum and Supervision: Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 66-75
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© 1996 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
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11769028
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0882-1232
Keywords:
Educational Environment, Energy, Guidelines, Learning Processes, Misconceptions, Science Curriculum, Secondary Education, Spiral Curriculum, Student Attitudes
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R. Trumper, J. Curric. Supervision 12 (1), 66 (1996), WWW Document, (http://www.ascd.org/publications/jcs/fall1996/Teaching-about-Energy-Through-a-Spiral-Curriculum@-Guiding-Principles.aspx).
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R. Trumper, Teaching about Energy Through a Spiral Curriculum: Guiding Principles, J. Curric. Supervision 12 (1), 66 (1996), <http://www.ascd.org/publications/jcs/fall1996/Teaching-about-Energy-Through-a-Spiral-Curriculum@-Guiding-Principles.aspx>.
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Trumper, R. (1996). Teaching about Energy Through a Spiral Curriculum: Guiding Principles. J. Curric. Supervision, 12(1), 66-75. Retrieved October 24, 2021, from http://www.ascd.org/publications/jcs/fall1996/Teaching-about-Energy-Through-a-Spiral-Curriculum@-Guiding-Principles.aspx
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Trumper, Ricardo. "Teaching about Energy Through a Spiral Curriculum: Guiding Principles." J. Curric. Supervision. 12, no. 1, (1996): 66-75, http://www.ascd.org/publications/jcs/fall1996/Teaching-about-Energy-Through-a-Spiral-Curriculum@-Guiding-Principles.aspx (accessed 24 October 2021).
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Trumper, Ricardo. "Teaching about Energy Through a Spiral Curriculum: Guiding Principles." J. Curric. Supervision 12.1 (1996): 66-75. 24 Oct. 2021 <http://www.ascd.org/publications/jcs/fall1996/Teaching-about-Energy-Through-a-Spiral-Curriculum@-Guiding-Principles.aspx>.
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