Published Apr 29, 2023

Zengpeng Ma  


Protocol-guided teaching is a student-centered instruction paradigm in which teachers compose learning protocols in advance to guide students through the entire learning process in an effort to foster in them the capacity for autonomous learning. Effective learning protocols can have a substantial impact on classroom outcomes. The purpose of this article is to evaluate the significance of protocol-guided teaching in chemistry education through an examination of a learning protocol designed for the instruction of omnipresent CaCO3. This protocol emphasizes learning based on real-world experience.


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Protocol-Guided Teaching Model, Autonomous Learning, Secondary Chemistry Education

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How to Cite
Ma, Z. (2023). Protocol-Guided Teaching in Secondary Chemistry Education: An Analysis of the Learning Protocol for the Instruction of Omnipresent CaCO3 Based on Student Life Experiences . Science Insights Education Frontiers, 15(2), 2355–2364. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.23.or237
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