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Evolving Ethical Perspectives
in an Eighth-Grade Science Classroom
Matthew Ronfeldt’s dissertation as a doctoral candidate in Curricu-
lum and Teacher Education at Stanfor...
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my Bower is a physical oceanographer and se-
nior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic
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16 Science and Children
Activities inspired by children’s literature
Differences and Diversity
Diversity is not an unusual topic in classrooms studying biology. From the wondrous variety of animals
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Heating Up the Classroom w...
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...gineering Design Challenges
By Matthew Perkins Coppola and Alice Merz
hen implementing engi-
neering design challenges,
teachers often face ob-
stacles in terms of quality. A quality
By Matthew Perkins Coppola and Alice H. Merz
oday, elementary school
teachers continue to revisit
old lessons and seek out new
ones, especially in engineering. Op-
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