Saturday, February 17, 2007

Berliner (1987) notes:

“No one I know denies the artistic component to teaching. I now think, however, that such artistry should be research-based. I view medicine is an art, but I recognize that without its close ties to science it would be without success, status, or power in our society. Teaching, like medicine, is an art that can be greatly enhanced by developing a close relationship to science (p4).”

Dipetik dari: Stanovich, Paula J., & Keith E. Stanovich. (2003). Using Research and Reason in Education: How Teachers Can Use Scientifically Based Research to Make Curricular & Instructional Decisions. New Hampshire, USA: RMC Research Corporation.
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