Idea Bank

Cook, Rebecca
December 2006
Science Teacher;Dec2006, Vol. 73 Issue 9, p62
Academic Journal
The article provides a number of curriculum ideas and tips and techniques for science teachers. The author describes Web site activities such as: simulations of different microscopes, a three millimeter disc that allows students to observe pollen, platelets and buckyballs, as well as virtual nanotubes.


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