The Science Resource Area in the State-of-the-Art High School
It appears that science education is moving more and more toward individual and small-group, hands-on projects and away from the “sage on the stage” lecture and “one size fits all” laboratory projects. Many of the individual concepts elaborated in this paper have been constructed in schools within the United States and Canada by various architects.
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