Simple Problems and Integrated Technology: Making Connections Beyond the Curriculum

@article{Joseph2008SimplePA,
  title={Simple Problems and Integrated Technology: Making Connections Beyond the Curriculum},
  author={R. Joseph and J. Brooks},
  journal={TechTrends},
  year={2008},
  volume={52},
  pages={60-63}
}
ut with the old and in with the new. Last year, the Centennial Ave. Elementary School in Roosevelt, NY received a new shipment of the New York State Science 21 kits. The new science program from the previous year was out, and the new science program for this year was in. Our task, as consulting university professors, was to help the third grade teachers bring Science 21 alive in their classrooms. Here is what we learned. We found that while engaging the students in inquiry based science lessons… Expand

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