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This qualitative research aimed to investigate science teachers’ view on learning management in science classroom. The participants were 8 teachers who teach science on science classroom. Data was collected using semi-structured interview. The information and data were analyzed by content analysis. The results of this research indicate that 1) characteristics of science students divided into 2 groups: having scientific ability and no scientific ability. Almost students have characteristics consistent with the nature of the scientist. 2) The curriculum has additional subjects but students will develop or not depends on teachers. 3) There are a variety of learning activities that different from the regular classroom. And the teachers who attended the teachers’ training programs have developed their own more. 4) The technology was applied to attract the attention of the students. The use of the media and the learning resources were in English language. 5) The science teachers used a variety of methods as well as authentic assessments were used for learning assessments. 6) The science teachers were encourage to offer a variety of co-curricular activities such as, science camp, field trip, or internship at university. And 7) The selection of the children into science classroom were not meet the purpose. There are many science schools so this curriculum should was publicized widely. The teachers who teach the science classroom were proper qualifying.
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