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elementary scipack, Weather, science and children, Stem, Scipacks
Edited by Carla C. Johnson,
Janet B. Walton, and Erin Peters-Burton
STEM Road Map
for High School
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Science Career Ladder at
the NY Hall of Science:
Youth Facilitators as Agents
Preeti Gupta and Eric Siegel
New York Hall of Science
he New York Hall of Science is N...
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The Science Teacher 54 54 54 54 54
Tips and techniques for creative teaching
Examples of student posters.
History of Science
The history and nature of
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Diversity in the
The Intellectual Challenge
Catherine H. Middlecamp
Catherine H. Middlecamp is distinguished faculty associate and director of the Chemis...
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Background boosters for elementary teachers
Science and Children 86
Q: How Do Acoustics Dictate the
Design of a Concert Hall
By Bill Robertson
When I was young,
I used to think that
the ideal d...
BY RUTH TRIMARCHI
STUDENTS APPLY THEIR CRITICAL-ANALYSIS
SKILLS TO FIGHT TOWN HALL
or some time I looked for a tool to let stu-
dents apply what they are learning about
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428 JCST May 1997
Active Learning in the
A Nonlaboratory Science Course
for the Nonscience Major
Elaine J. Anderson
was handed First Steps To Excel-
lence in College Teaching (1990) by...
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National Science Teachers Association
National Science Education Leadership Association
Jack Rhoton and Patricia Bowers, editors
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4 JCST September/October 1997
am always interested in seeing in-
structional technologies that hold
out the promise of being useful in my
own courses, particularly if they are
readily adaptable to a...
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