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  1. Tweets that mention Misconceptions in the Teaching and Learning of Science « XELIUM : clarity defined -- Topsy.com
    5 May 2010 @ 11:21 am

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  2. Watching Videos for Homework, Flipping the Classroom: Do you do it in your class? Your thoughts, please? « XELIUM : clarity defined
    3 April 2011 @ 4:36 pm

    […] While flipping classes makes a point of allowing the teacher more time to concentrate on helping the children master exercises in class, being a point of contact for a child to ask questions if need be, prescribing a video does not in effect guarantee that the knowledge the child has built is accurate or correct (see our earlier article on Misconceptions in Teaching and Learning of Science). […]

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  3. Myth Making | Wastefull Thoughts
    9 August 2012 @ 6:07 pm

    […] Science Educators Classified Misconceptions […]

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  4. Flip Your Lesson, Watching Video for Homework | Colour My Learning
    19 November 2012 @ 1:28 pm

    […] While flipping classes makes a point of allowing the teacher more time to concentrate on helping the children master exercises in class, being a point of contact for a child to ask questions if need be, prescribing a video does not in effect guarantee that the knowledge the child has built is accurate or correct (see our earlier article on Misconceptions in Teaching and Learning of Science). […]

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