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62 Science and Children
Background boosters for elementary teachers
Q: Why are oceans salty and
lakes and rivers not
By Bill Robertson
For starters, lakes and riv-
ers do contain salt, just no...
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of COLLEGE SCIENCE TEACHING
On August 22, 1986, Milla was
returning to his village of Lower
Nyos, Cameroon. He had spent the
past week with his small cattle herd
in the highlan...
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The Science Teacher 40
tudents often fail to remember, understand, and apply what they have learned
in science classrooms. The sample lesson described in this article illustrates how
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42 SCIENCE SCOPE
by Karen Charles, J.D. Canales, Angela Smith, and Natalie Zimmerman
envi Ronmental c hange
u sing l ake v a Rves as a
c limate PR oxy by Christopher Dempsey, Alec B...
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24 JOURNAL of
COLLEGE SCIENCE TEACHING
The Campus Lake Learning Community
n understanding of the
complexity of environmen-
tal problems and solutions
is critical for students ma-
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42 JOURNAL COLLEGE SCIENCE TEACHING
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Through a Hands-On
BY DONNA BUDYNAS,
AND BARRY GILMORE
How weathering, erosion, and
ave you ever wondered what goes on under lake
ice in winter Many people incorrectly assume
that winter is a time when lake life comes to a
halt. But studying lakes in winter can contribute to an ...
Technology aids second-grade students in data collection.
By Mackenzie Peters and Catherine Scott
Science and Children 66
omputers, laptops, interactive whiteboards, and
iPads make regular appeara...