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|Other Titles:||Self-Observation Analysis and Improvement Project in Teaching Physics and Chemistry in a Ninth-Grade Gifted Classroom: An Example of Linear Motion Under Constant Acceleration|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The purpose of this article was to present the process regarding how a junior high school teacher improved his teaching in physics and chemistry throughself-observation analysis in a ninth-grade gifted classroom. The improvement project was executed according to Sternberg's Triarchic Theory of Intelligence, the Problem Centered Double Cycles (PCDe) Teaching Model, and APOS Theory. The author took the linear motion under constant acceleration as an example to describe the change. As the result of the improvement project, students presented higher interests to learn and stronger motivations to explore.
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