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Nov 02 2015
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For students who are physically challenged, experiential learning may be difficult as there are not enough products commercially available that are adapted to their learning needs. The apparatus in this experiment have been specially customised to their level of motor skills. These will enhance the learning experience of the students as they can grasp scientific concepts more easily through hands-on experiential learning, having fun in the process.
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Oct 31 2015
Source: engineeringgood
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For students who are physically challenged, experiential learning may be difficult as there are not enough products commercially available that are adapted to their learning needs. The apparatus in this experiment have been specially customised to their level of motor skills. These will enhance the learning experience of the students as they can grasp scientific concepts more easily through hands-on experiential learning, having fun in the process.
Partner Contributed
Oct 31 2015
Source: engineeringgood
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For students who are physically challenged, experiential learning may be difficult as there are not enough products commercially available that are adapted to their learning needs. The apparatus in this experiment have been specially customised to their level of motor skills. These will enhance the learning experience of the students as they can grasp scientific concepts more easily through hands-on experiential learning, having fun in the process.
Strategies & Tutorials
Partner Contributed
Oct 27 2011
Source: NYSCI
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By asking good questions, teachers can further student thinking, incite student curiosity and help students learn to question and explore the world around them. Watch this video to learn more!
Partner Contributed
Oct 27 2011
Source: NYSCI
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KWL (what you know, what you want to know, and what you learned) is a teaching strategy that helps teachers assess student understanding and interest.
Partner Contributed
Mar 21 2011
Source: NYSCI
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The way you arrange the physical layout of your classroom can affect student performance. Classroom management, flow, lesson objectives and the needs of your students’ are all factors to consider.