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127 Inside-Out: Environmental Science in the Classroom and the Field, Grades 3–8
A Content Primer
Why Action Projects
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nmotivated, underachieving students pose a huge challenge for teachers.
One way to motivate and stimulate student interest in a topic is to use humor.
Humor can help students make ...
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80 Journal of College Science Teaching
RESEARCH AND TEACHING
Transfer of Knowledge in Science Courses
for Elementary Education Majors
By Amy Flanagan Johnson and
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Edited by Carla C. Johnson,
Janet B. Walton, and Erin Peters-Burton
STEM Road Map for
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