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A small metal clicker/disk within a sealed pouch containing a clear, colorless
liquid is clicked, and the liquid r...
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The Science Teacher 52
recognize and classify the
smallest repeating particle
in a given substance
Dennis W. Smithenry
In an introductory chemistry course, students often start
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October 2003 17
Experts answer teachers’ questions about everyday science
Q : What is a crystal
A crystal is the symmetrical,
three-dimensional form as-
sumed by a chemical element or
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38 Science and Children
Subjects like Earth science often rely on “ready made” hands-on
materials such as kits and modules to support understanding
and science inquiry. However, sometimes the material...
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Gourmet Lab: The ScienTiFic PrinciPleS Behind Your FavoriTe FoodS 279
CreatInG a data t abLe to anaLYze How
SuGar StruCture ImP aCtS tHe FormatIon oF
From the title of ...
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Techniques for rich, authentic assessment are revealed
through a polymer gel spheres project.
By Jody H. Stone and Amy Lockhart
November 2013 43
reat science activities don’t just happen; they are...
“The world is never quiet, even its silence eternally resounds
with the same notes, in vibrations which escape our ears.”
LOW RUMBLE THROUGH
the Earth con...
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60 May 2003 science scope
Projecting your PDA
One of the perceived limitations of PDAs by teachers is its
small screen. However, some recent innovations have
opened a variety of new opportunities for ...
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