Creating Curricula for Integrated Science

Nyckel, Leslie
September 2000
Science Teacher;Sep2000, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p60
Academic Journal
Focuses on the integrated science curricula developed by Illinois schools that participated in the American Renaissance in Science Education (ARISE) program. ARISE goals and project vision; Changes made in traditional science curricula; Keys to the success of integrated science programs.


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