TEACHING ARCHIMEDES PRINCIPLE WITHOUT TEACHING VOLUME, DENSITY

Have you ever tried teaching Archimedes Principle without first defining volume, density, mass and/or buoyancy? If you would like to read about one teacher’s attempt to do this, click on the link below for a paper from the September Issue of TEACHING SCIENCE...

RESEARCH IN ACTION II

Click on the link below to read the second in TEACHER PLUS’s series RESEARCH IN ACTION: Research in Action 2

FROM CHALK TO PEN

Thrown into the deep end: How I learned to teach A teacher learns on the job, regardless of the number of degrees and diplomas (s)he may have picked up before working as a teacher. Without meaning to belittle formal education courses that a would-be teacher takes, it...

FILM REVIEW: Action Research Case Studies

Copy and paste the link below onto your browser window: http://teachersofindia.org/en/periodicals/learning-curve-issue-xxvi-teacher and visit pages 73-76 for a review of films on Action Research done by teachers in a school in Uttarakhand, India