Planning for Success

Dickinson, Gail; Jackson, Julie K.
November 2008
Science Teacher;Nov2008, Vol. 75 Issue 8, p29
Academic Journal
The article discusses the inquiry feature of the National Science Education Standards. The article mentions science curriculum standards, project-based science (PBS) instruction, classroom activities, inquiry-based projects, and educational reform. The article also mentions high-stakes testing, student group work, teaching standards, and learning outcomes.


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