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Helping Students Succeed in Science.

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There are numerous reasons why students fail in science. These include lack of interest, truancy, failure to do homework, lack of organizational skills, lack of test taking skills, do not study or lack study skills, cannot comprehend the text, cannot make connections between what they learn in school and the real world, and teaching quality. This report was written with the failing high school science student in mind. How can their journey through science be made more meaningful, enjoyable, and successful? (MVL)

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Author:Abdullah, Safiyyah
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Date:Feb 13, 2003
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