Teacher's Handbook of Physics

Shirley Bonneville, quot;Teacher's Handbook of Physicsquot;
Global Media | 2009 | ISBN-10: N/A | ISBN-13: 9789380168654 | 260 pages | File type: PDF | 1,2 mb
Table of Contents
1. Significance of the subject
2. Subject curriculum
3. Subject syllabus
4. Teaching methods
5. Approaches to teaching
6. Aims and objectives of teaching
7. Practicals in physics
8. Devices for teaching
9. Role of teacher
10. Role of laboratories
11. Apparatus and tools
12. Lesson planning



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