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On Mon, 26 Feb 2001 15:58:23 -0500 Robert A Cohen <bbq@ESU.EDU> writes:
One thing that seems to have been implied by recent posts is thatteachers
teachers are unaware of the errors. It seems to me that many of the
I speak with are, indeed, aware of the errors and, as a result, hardly
use the textbooks. Is that an accurate reflection of the state of
Do you mean that the middle school students in your area of
Pennsylvania do not read the science textbooks that they
are given? Or does it mean that middle school science
classes are taught without any textbooks?
If the latter is true what kind of reading materials and exercises
are used by the teachers that you speak with? Teacher handouts?
Library assignments? Audio visual materials? Student labs
with or without lab manuals for guidance? Other???