Published Jun 30, 2023

Qianghong Tang  


Protocol-guided teaching is a student-centered instructional model in which the teacher creates the learning protocol prior to the lesson in order to direct students toward active and autonomous learning. A well-structured learning protocol is essential for the effective application of this instructional paradigm. This article evaluates the significance of protocol-guided instruction in junior secondary physics education by analyzing the learning protocol for velocity instruction. Protocol emphasizes situation-based learning and the inquiry chain method.


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Protocol-guided Teaching, Autonomous Learning, Junior Secondary Students, Physics, Velocity Instruction

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How to Cite
Tang, Q. (2023). Protocol-Guided Teaching in Junior-Secondary Physics Education: An Analysis of the Learning Protocol for the Velocity Instruction Based on Real-World Circumstances . Science Insights Education Frontiers, 16(2), 2565–2575. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.23.or356
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