Clary, Renee; Wandersee, James
December 2009
Science Teacher;Dec2009, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p47
Academic Journal
The article offers suggestions for incorporating polar exploration history into the science classroom. The benefits of incorporating the history of science into the classroom are enumerated, including the promotion of the interconnectedness of curriculum. Information is presented on determining the value of polar stories and strategies for incorporation are presented.


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