Using a model to show how the ear works

The use of physical manipulatives helps pupils construct representations of concepts and even resolve misconceptions (Krontiris-Litowitz, 2003). Incorporating manipulative models as an integral part of delivering the lesson has been shown to improve pupils’ understanding of concepts with more depth, especially for complex subject matters in science (McLaurin, Halverson & Boyce, 2013).

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Rolando M. Tan

Reviewed by: Dr. Risa L. Reyes

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Rolly Tan

Rolly Tan

Contact: rmtan67@yahoo.com I am interested in developing curriculum materials that use inquiry-based teaching and promote lifelong learning. I am also fascinated with the latest trends in science and technology.

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Contact: rmtan67@yahoo.com I am interested in developing curriculum materials that use inquiry-based teaching and promote lifelong learning. I am also fascinated with the latest trends in science and technology.

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