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cess stories this month and Denise
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CTION RESEARCH IS ONE OF THE FASTEST
growing directions of staff development (Webb,
1996). In conducting action research, teachers use
research methods in their own classrooms to ex-
KARLENE E. JOHNSO...
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28 Science and Children
Field trips and up-close observations
of grasses teach kindergartners to
record what they see.
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cience is for boys.” “Science is
boring.” “Science isn’t impor-
tant.” These are some of the
stereotypes that deter intelligent
young women from studying sci-
ence. The Webb S...
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