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Science Sleuths

Author : Howard Schindler
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Excite and engage students with fun and challenging science mysteries!

The Snow Bunny Science Sleuths

Author : Patti Petrone-Miller
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Meet The Snow Bunny Science Sleuths, Professor Benjamine Bunny, his robot assistant, Robbie and the twins, Bry and Brittany Bunny and the wonders of science.

The Snow Bunny Science Sleuths Coloring Book

Author : Patti Petrone-Miller
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Meet The Snow Bunny Science Sleuths, Professor Benjamine Bunny, his assistant, Robbie the robot and twins, Bry and Brittany Bunny in this fun coloring book that is fun to color as your child reads the first book in this educational series, The Snow Bunny Science Sleuths Learn to Tell Time in the Wilderness.

Popular Science

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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.

Technology Science Teaching and Literacy

Author : Kenneth P. King
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This book deals with the use of technology in science teaching. The author is not, nor has ever had an intention of being a “techie. ” Rather, I spent the first decade of my professional life as a high school physics teacher, making occasional uses of technology to further student understanding and to automate my own teaching practices. During my graduate work, my interest in the use of technology continued. Catalyzed, to some extent by the increasing availability of graphical interfaces for computers, the realization struck that the computer was more and more becoming a tool that all teachers could use to support their teaching practice—not simply those with a passion for the technology itself. The rapid changes in the hardware and software available, however, frequently caused me to reflect on the usefulness of technology—if it were to change at such a rapid pace, would anyone, save for those who diligently focused on the development of these tools, be able to effectively use technology in science teaching? Was change to rapid to yield a useful tool for teachers? To address this interest, I examined the nature of science teaching during this century—using the equally fluid notion of “scientific literacy”—which formed the organizing principle for this study. The result is a examination of how technology was used to accomplishing this goal of producing scientifically literate citizens. What was observed is that technology, indeed, consistently came to the service of teachers as they attempted to achieve this goal.

Science Teaching science Learning

Author : Elnora S. Harcombe
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Science Teaching/Science Learning, based on a model professional development program, gives powerful proof that urban teachers can ignite curiosity and promote deep understanding in children when provided with the necessary intellectual infrastructure, including a complex balance of increased science knowledge, a safe environment for professional experimentation, and a long-term interaction with colleagues. The ensuing invigoration and renewed dedication of program participants belies the inevitability of the projected national science teacher shortage. Harcombe breaks new ground demonstrating that when professional teacher development is based on constructivist learning theory and framed in the knowledge domain of the sciences, it empowers teachers to dramatically change what they know, how they teach, and what their students learn.

THE Journal

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ENC Focus

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The Snow Bunny Science Sleuths Travels Through Space

Author : Patti Petrone-Miller
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Meet Professor Benjamine Bunny, Bryn and Brittany Bunny and Robbie Robot as they travel through time and space in this second installment of THE SNOW BUNNY SCIENCE SLEUTH SERIES. You child will learn about space, the planets, stars, black holes, galaxies, gravity, space junk, comets, asteroids, how the space station works and more. Teachers can utilize this series to incorporate into their science curriculum in this simple to read story for young students. Children will learn by following the teachings of Professor Benjamine Bunny in a simplified, fun and unique way. Parents and grandparents will also enjoy reading this to their children and enjoy assisting them and learning all about our universe.

Thrust for Educational Leadership

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Science Instruction in the Middle and Secondary Schools

Author : Eugene L. Chiappetta
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New edition of a text providing far more than simply a cookbook of activities for science teachers. Coverage includes discussion on the nature of science, national standards and innovative programs, the nature of adolescent learners and their schools, teaching strategies and classroom management, pl

Izzy s Imaginarium

Author : M. Coley
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Disclaimer ~ No scientists or carrots were hurt during the making of this story.It's the week before the science fair and Izzy's schoolmates are joining her for one crazy adventure! Introduce your young ones to the scientific method as they explore different experiments, but wait! Something's gone terribly wrong with Dr. Rabid Rabbit's carrot experiment! Can you use your observation skills to lend a hand?Izzy's Imaginarium books are designed to teach young children about math, science, and the importance of helping others. The Science Sleuths and the Scientific Method helps children discover the basics of the scientific method through four experiments, one of which has gone haywire!

The Software Encyclopedia

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Science Super Sleuths

Author : Pam Walker
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Develop students' problem-solving skills as they become "detectives" of science. Fun-filled experiments involve data, tables, graphs, and conclusion-drawing questions.

Cave Sleuths

Author : Laurie Lindop
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Discusses the science of speleology and what scientists have learned about caves, how they are formed, and what lives in them.

Science Curriculum Resource Handbook

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Science Detectives

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Describes how science provided the answer to six problems, including those of Typhoid Mary, the discovery of DNA, and what happened to Swissair flight 111, with plenty of science facts and five science projects for kids to try on their own.

The Science Teacher

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AV Guide

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Discover

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