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Science and a Sense of Place:
Learning Where We are Located in the World
(July 24-August 4, 2006)
Complete Institute Forum
what "place" are you from, and what "place" do you teach? What are your thoughts about the potentials and perils of "placing" science in a particular location?
what did you find useful in today's mapping activities?
How could today's activities, about "The Cosmology of Space" and "How Microwaves Work," be used in your classrooms to teach content and skills appropriate to your grade level and required science standards?
--from your experience: what works, and what needs working on?
What did you find useful in "The History of Location"? What information can you contribute, to preparing a map to illustrate "Spatial Literacy"?
End of Week One:
What's working? What needs working on, in this particular version of a K-16 collaboration?
What makes you nervous? What are some solutions?
What enables us to acquire it?
Mapping the Genome:
What do you think about
expertise and unreliability
? What do you think about
"neuroscience and a sense of place"
Science and a Sense of Place
Bryn Mawr College Summer Institutes for K-12 Teachers
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