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NSF-backed study is the first to examine use by middle-school teachers and students of science curriculum aligned with the new Framework for K-12 Science Education and Next Generation Science
Discipline-based education research (DBER) has generated insights that could help improve undergraduate education in science and engineering, but these findings have not yet prompted widespread changes in teaching practice, says a new report from the National Research Council.
By Sheppard, Sheri D Pellegrino, James W; Olds, Barbara M EVERYTHING CHANGES, EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED The world is dynamic. A multitude of challenges and opportunities are accelerating changes in how we view our planet and interact with one another as countries, states, communities, and neighbors.
SAN ANTONIO, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- PASCO scientific and Project Tomorrow today announced a new report on science education that is based upon the authentic, unfiltered views and ideas of over 367,000 K-12 students, teachers, parents and school administrators collected through the annual Speak Up online surveys.
By Cheng, Kai-Wen I. Introduction "Innovate or die" is a widespread slogan among various industries. In the academic arena, this is also taken as a motto when implementing comprehensive innovation in curricula for sustainable management.
By Baker, William P Barstack, Renee; Clark, Diane; Hull, Elizabeth; Goodman, Ben; Kook, Judy; Kraft, Kaatje; Ramakrishna, Pushpa; Roberts, Elisabeth; Shaw, Jerome; Weaver, David; Lang, Michael Abstract: Student writing skills are an important concern for every teacher.
By Haney, Jodi J Wang, Jing; Keil, Chris; Zoffel,
By Edelson, Daniel C A compelling argument is made for incorporating environmental science into the high school core curriculum to improve students' perceptions of science while preparing them both for the use of science in their lives and for postsecondary education.
By Alazzi, Khaled Abstract This study inquires about the attitudes of female students toward social studies. Using a phenomenological research approach, two groups of eighth and eleventh grade students were interviewed. Forty- eight students were selected to participate in the study.
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