Conceptual Change in the Classroom

by: John R. Mascazine and Wendy Sherman McCann

When was the last time you tried a new teaching method? The conceptual change model of learning may be what you need. In this article, three teachers agreed to try the new teaching method and reported that modifying their established routine was easy to do. They felt that even though additional time may be needed to rework some old lessons, it was well worth it. Suggestions for putting the conceptual change model of learning into practice in the classroom are provided.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 11/1/1999Stock # ss99_023_03_23Volume 023Issue 03

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