A Workshop Approach: Using learning centers to teach early childhood science

by: Ithel Jones

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The science workshop approach is a method of organizing learning centers in developmentally based primary programs. The approach centers on providing a series of meaningful experiences around core science concepts. These experiences are presented in the form of learning stations or activity centers that add to the richness of the classroom and provide flexibility for both students and teachers to pursue meaningful activities. This article describes how to use these learning centers.

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Type Journal ArticlePub Date 11/1/1999Stock # sc99_037_03_26Volume 037Issue 03

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