Managing Students ’ Attitude towards Science through Problem – Solving Instructional Strategy

  title={Managing Students ’ Attitude towards Science through Problem – Solving Instructional Strategy},
  author={F. A. Adesoji},
  • F. A. Adesoji
  • Published 2008
The study was designed to further clarify the claim by several authors that methods of instruction could change students’ attitude positively towards science. It was the belief of the author that if students were allowed to develop higher cognitive processes through problem solving strategies, either as teacher directed or self-directed, their attitudes toward chemistry might change positively. Therefore, the effect of teacher-directed and self-directed problem-solving strategies on students… CONTINUE READING
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