science

Wil Franklin's picture

Similarity through time

Mary Ellen - ...an atmosphere in which we could use our own background knowledge base, bounce ideas off each other, and have the time to process what we were experiencing through trial and error.

 

Anne - ...don't miss all the great images of us looking for homologies

 

Diane - I think I would introduce one tree at a time and discussed why the right answer made more sense than the other 2 choices.

 

Afterwords on Neuroscience (& Physics, & Science Education in General...)

Afterwords on Neuroscience
(and Physics, and Science Education in General....)


Judith: The brain story is a revelant part of everything we do....
we need to be aware of how we think and change the way that we perceive how others think...

Joyce: I'd like to involve my students in this investigational process...
as a periphery reflection of how we think.

Photos of Us Dissecting Brains (Ours and Others)

Afterwords on Watershed Education

Afterwords on Watershed Education

"As literal as you can get"--
 
and yet--

Watershed Education

 

Catherine Riihimaki and Jessica Scheick

Bryn Mawr College Geology Department

Watershed Education

 

Paul Grobstein's picture

What is inquiry education?

Minisymposium 2007 on K-16 Collaborations

INQUIRY EDUCATION IN SCIENCE (AND ELSEWHERE)

 

What is inquiry education?

Small group reports

 

 

Group 1.

Rosemary Krygowski's picture

Computer Cartridge Recycling

 In order to take keep this place called Earth beautiful we need to recycle. A wonderful place to start a school program for the recycling of computer cartridges is www.fundingfactory.com. If yoiu decide to get involved in this program please use my school code  which is 5866. If you do this our school will receive  $50.
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