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An Analysis of the Teachability and Learnability of Three Elementary Science Curriculums (SAPA, SCIS, and ESS) in the Honolulu and Central School Districts of Hawaii
|Title:||An Analysis of the Teachability and Learnability of Three Elementary Science Curriculums (SAPA, SCIS, and ESS) in the Honolulu and Central School Districts of Hawaii|
|Date Issued:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||This study began when the writer was in an observation-participa tion program in an elementary classroom of a public school. There she discovered that the school had been provided with a complete SAPA kit which spent most of its time on library shelves. The writer wondered what could be the reason that such an expensive and nationally known curriculum was not used. Why were other nationally known curriculums used more intensively? An investigation was then launched into the teachability and learnability of these curriculums. The methods of study and results are contained in this report•|
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