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ERIC Number: ED040087
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 122
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Idea-Centered Laboratory Science (I-CLS); The Kind of World a Scientist Thinks He Has Found, Unit D, A Scientist Assumes the Existence of Variation and Change.
Van Deventer, William C.; Duyser, Lucille
The major ideas of the unit are: normal curves, gradients, extrapolation and interpolation, directional change, cyclic change, and dynamic equilibrium. Some 28 different inquiry-oriented laboratory experiences are designed to develop understanding of these major ideas. The laboratory experience format is as follows: Introduction, Materials and Equipment, Collecting Data, and Follow-up. These experiences cut across subject matter areas, ranging from biology to chemistry and geology and include such topics as evolution, chemical indicators, and topographical maps. (BR)
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Authoring Institution: Grand Rapids Public Schools, MI.; Western Michigan Univ., Kalamazoo.