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Creating a classroom culture for engineering Ideas and techniques to enhance your science teaching
n today’s classrooms, teachers
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Free-Falling Bodies (2)
his case study describes what happened in David Hovan’s ninth grade
“Conceptual Physics” class when he asked students to answer t...
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Deb M. Kneser
Kevin J. Niemi
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79 ACTIVITIES LINKING SCIENCE WITH MATH, 5–8
learning About levers
We see, use, and enjoy levers daily—in the operation of pliers, the action
of a seesaw, or th...
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Exploring Science and History With the Library of Congress Cheryl Lederle
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About the Source
The letter pictured below is available online at www.loc.gov/
item/magbell.04400208. It i...
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E D I T O R’ S
I had a privileged childhood—I lived in an Enchanted For-
est with a wood fairy as my trusty friend and guide! Well,
almost! It actually did feel l...
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EAR TH SCIENCE
Catherine Matthews is an associate professor and Kristin R.
Bennett is a doctoral student in the Department of Curriculum and
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