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1. Using learning centers in the college lab to study the skeletal system directs student learning and encourages cooperative learning and critical thinking. 2. Real bones, X-rays, and models are used to learn or identify bones and bony features. 3. Students observe and compare bones to identify differences. 4. Learning centers are enjoyed in the college classroom and maximize learning in a limited amount of time. 5. Learning centers can be constructed to connect the classroom (lab) to real world applications.

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  • Education > General

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    Keywords:

    Critical analysis/critical thinking,Meaningful learning,NSDL,Inquiry-based learning,Learning centers,Cooperative/small-group learning,Cooperative learning,Hands-on learning,Active learning,critical thinking,Class/group discussion,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20110722021438872T,Skeletal system,Life Science,Active learning/discovery learning,NSDL_SetSpec_BEN,Student facilitation,Teacher education,Science education,Student-centered instruction,Learning,Education,Student-centered learning

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    English

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