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Clary, Renee – Science Teacher, 2015
This article describes activities in which students sample, investigate, classify, and compare characteristics (i.e., texture, color, density, porosity) of local soils, evaluating whether the soils are healthy or at risk. Students investigate correlations between geology and geography, predict which soil types may go extinct in their state, and…
Descriptors: Science Education, Soil Science, Geology, Geography
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Forster, Michelle; Bestelmeyer, Stephanie; Baez-Rodriguez, Noelia; Berkowitz, Alan; Caplan, Bess; Esposito, Rhea; Grace, Elizabeth; McGee, Steven – Science Teacher, 2018
Thousands of students around the country have participated in activities using the Data Jam model, creating poetry, songs, videos, or sculpture to improve their data literacy, gain knowledge of local science research, and creatively express their findings. This article introduces the Data Jam model and describes how teachers can use it in…
Descriptors: Information Literacy, Scientific Literacy, Science Activities, Science Instruction
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