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3% to 13% when one moves from the left-hand side towards the right-hand side of the chart) was found to be negatively correlated with the amount of T-S interaction concerning the teaching of practical work per se. In other words, the more assessmentoriented the teacher was, the less he/she would interact with his/her students (in terms of % DTUs of the lessons observed) during the teaching of practical work, or vice versa. In the following two sections, the two key foci of interaction (assessment-related issues and practical work teaching-related issues) will be explored in more detail.
1 Developing a thinking habit Alan emphasized the cultivating in students of “a mode of (scientific) thinking” through the teaching of practical work. He designed and implemented a module of five lessons on what he called the “theory of the practical”, before actually engaging students with the hands-on practical work. , he often talked explicitly about the nature of science (see below). His emphasis on the importance of students acquiring a ALAN 45 “habit of thinking” is revealed in the following excerpt from one of these five lessons.
Joy does not necessarily come automatically. If you don’t believe me, look at the tree, the fish… They are living in different ways, they are facing different problems. All living things are solving their own problems. Only when they can solve their problems, can they exist in this world. Hence, facing problems is the correct attitude for us in living life. ALAN 41 Alan had been trying hard “to achieve the dual goals at the same time”. However, his school principal did not appreciate his efforts.
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