Practical water chemistry for fishfarmers I. Teaching strategies
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Years of ambitious, yet seemingly futile, efforts by the authors in the Philippines in making fishfarmers comprehend and appreciate chemical reactions the way chemists do, paved the way for the formulation of teaching strategies that communicate water chemistry. Theoretical concepts, being well understood, served as a springboard for farmers in translating abstract ideas into field situations. Laboratory practicals become less intimidating as standard laboratory glasswares and material were replaced by day to day material within the farmer s easy reach.
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