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Students' Conceptions of Scale Regarding Groundwater
We surveyed three groups of students regarding their ideas about the structure, scale, and perceived importance of groundwater. The quantitative methods employed in this study incorporated simple
A Case Study of the Sociopolitical Dilemmas of Gullah-speaking Students: Educational Policies and Practices
Most of the languages spoken along the West African coastline are different from European languages but similar to Black English. Gullah, a West African and English Creole language, still spoken
A Basis for Talent Development: The Integrated Curriculum Model and Evidence-based Strategies
ABSTRACT Why choose the Integrated Curriculum Model (ICM) in an effort to “raise the bar” for all students? Results of an intervention targeting kindergarten through grade five students in Title I
Toward a Definition of a Gifted and Talented Teacher
What shapes an individual into a teacher who is gifted and talented? How does one identify gifted or talented educators in education classes or in the schools? In an exploration of these questions,
Musing on Unanswered Questions
Out of a conversation between two long-time colleagues—each a science educator and practicing artist—emerged the question, “What does it mean to STEAMify a lesson, and why would a teacher actually
Teacher Perceptions as an Entry Point for Talent Spotting and Development
Researchers investigated the impact of a professional learning intervention focused on teaching teachers to increase rigor, challenge, and engagement to reveal talent in low-income learners. The