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elf-assembly or spontaneous assembly is a process
in which materials build themselves without assis-
tance (Goodsell 2000). This process plays a central
role in the construc...
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A trilobite fossil.
Christopher A. Bogiages
and Christine Lotter
n response to national calls for more inquiry-based
learning (AAAS 1989; NRC 1996), science teachers
often include inquiry activ...
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Clyde Freeman Herreid
Nancy A. Schiller
Ky F. Herreid
Stories put “flesh and blood” on scientific methods
Claire Reinburg, Director
Rachel Ledbette, Managing Editor
Deborah Siegle, Associate Editor
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BY ASHLEY CAMPBELL AND BRIGETTE WHALEY
n response to changes in society, terms such as “na-
ture-deficit disorder” (Louv 2005) and “plant blind-
ness” (Wandersee and Schussler 1998) have surfaced
...ladybugs share with plants.
By Ashley Campbell
oneybees, butterflies, and ladybugs all
have fascinating mutually beneficial rela-
tionships with plants and play important
ecosystem roles. Children...
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Weaving women into the
“How many famous female scientists can you name” When
asked this question, students will most frequently mention
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