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Science for the academically talented student in the secondary school
National Education Association of the United States. Project on the Academically Talented Student.
by National Education Association Project on the Academically Talented Student and National Association of Science Teachers in Washington
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 60-63.
|Statement||report of a conference sponsored jointly by the National Education Association Project on the Academically Talented Student and the National Science Teachers Association. Chairman: Robert R. Donaldson.|
|Contributions||Donaldson, Robert R., National Science Teachers Association.|
|LC Classifications||Q181 .N353|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||59010625|
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Results of a joint national education association-national science teachers association conference on science for academically talented students are reported. major topics discussed are (1) the identification of the talented student, (2) guidelines for the selection of course content, (3) teaching methods, and (4) desirable qualities and characteristics of teachers of talented students.
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