process skills

pro·cess skills

(pros'es skilz)
Skills used to manage and modify actions in the completing of daily living tasks, such as pacing oneself, choosing and using appropriate tools to complete a task, or organizing a task into a logical sequence for successful completion.
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Each pupil sets their own aims and objectives and it is the process skills as well as the project that is assessed.
Intended for school librarians working in tandem with science teachers, the eight units in this resource provides lesson plans, reproducible worksheets, and assessment rubrics for teaching information literacy, critical thinking, problem solving, and general science process skills. The lessons encourage students to find and organize information about genetic inheritance, public health at work, nutrition and exercise, and the effects of humans on the environment.
This study aimed to compare learning achievement, science process skills and analytical thinking of fifth grade students who learned by using organization of project-based and inquiry-based learning activities.
In teaching the subject to the experimental groups, a holistic instructional approach was used that combined reliance on multiple intelligence theory, a constructivist approach, deliberate use of analogies and an emphasis on science process skills. In addition, concept maps and an animation were used.
Therefore, the aims of the study are a) comparing between year 1 students from the urban and the rural areas in terms of their competency of science process skills which use English terminologies, and b) determining the level of readiness of year 1 students in learning the science process skills in English for Science subject.
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The great significance of exhibition is that it fosters acquisition of different process skills leading to the development of multiple faculties of intelligence in a social context.
The first part describes computer simulations; the second part reviews the benefits in science education; the third part looks for the relation with science process skills; and the last part makes connections with the distance education.
Authorship is discussed as a profoundly useful pedagogy for assisting their future students in development of voice and identity as well as critical writing process skills.
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