This paper investigated the use of term recall and recognition tools for learning terminology and concepts in a senior biology classroom. The paper responded to a set of research questions from a teacher researcher perspective, making use of data collected from the teacher researcher's classrooms over several years, based on the implementation of two teaching strategies. Findings indicated that while looking for a teaching procedure to support a specific purpose may seem a simple task, in reality it was a complex task. However, the complexity lead to a greater awareness of the teacher researcher's teaching practice and inspiration to develop ideas for new and enhanced practice.
|Number of pages||31|
|Journal||Asia Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|