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Akins, H. B.; Smith, D. A. – Physics Teacher, 2018
The planets in our solar system are remarkable and captivating objects for beginning astronomers to study. While merely observing the planets is fairly easy, it can be difficult to capture the high-quality images beginners hope for. The methods used for deep-sky astrophotography are optimized for dim, fairly large objects using large apertures and…
Descriptors: Astronomy, Science Instruction, Photography, Telecommunications
Desmond, Charles; Jorling, Thomas C.; Wachterhauser, Kier – New England Journal of Higher Education, 2019
Nonprofit institutions with large endowments have been facing challenges from various stakeholders contesting the management of their investment portfolios. While these challenges are most commonly associated with institutions of higher education, pension funds and private foundations will increasingly face similar challenges regarding how the…
Descriptors: Endowment Funds, Investment, Climate, Energy
Alberts, Heike C.; Niendorf, Bruce D. – Geography Teacher, 2021
For several years, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh partnered with a manufacturing company in Germany that is well known for its sustainable business practices and generates revenues in excess of 2 billion Euro annually. This partnership encompassed several programs, including providing training for the company's junior management in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Interdisciplinary Approach, Partnerships in Education, Sustainability
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Feoli, Antonio; Benedetto, Elmo – Physics Education, 2021
This paper has a didactic aim. Indeed, starting from the well-known principle of free fall discovered by Galileo Galilei, we want to make some reflections that we consider useful for secondary school students. Being the acceleration invariant with respect to Galilei's transformations, it is useful to underline that the free fall in a gravitational…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Scientific Concepts, Concept Formation, Motion
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Kenyon, Elizabeth; Lampe, Jennifer – Social Studies and the Young Learner, 2020
The article highlights how a class of toddlers spread their message about composting and repacking food. This curriculum emerged out of the students' interests, and it connected students' classroom experiences to their homes and communities, fostering a sense of power and agency in some of our youngest neighbors.
Descriptors: Toddlers, College Students, Early Childhood Education, Active Learning
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Simon, Molly N.; Prather, Edward E.; Buxner, Sanlyn R.; Impey, Chris D. – International Journal of Science Education, 2019
The discovery and characterisation of planets orbiting distant stars has shed light on the origin of our own Solar System. It is important that college-level introductory astronomy students have a general understanding of the planet formation process before they are able to draw parallels between extrasolar systems and our own Solar System. In…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Test Validity, Test Reliability, Student Evaluation
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Baker, Mark; Beltran, Jane; Buell, Jason; Conrey, Brian; Davis, Tom; Donaldson, Brianna; Detorre-Ozeki, Jeanne; Dibble, Leila; Freeman, Tom; Hammie, Robert; Montgomery, Julie; Pickford, Avery; Wong, Justine – College Mathematics Journal, 2013
Sets in the game "Set" are lines in a certain four-dimensional space. Here we introduce planes into the game, leading to interesting mathematical questions, some of which we solve, and to a wonderful variation on the game "Set," in which every tableau of nine cards must contain at least one configuration for a player to pick up.
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, College Mathematics, Mathematical Concepts, Educational Games
Keeler, Rusty – NAMTA Journal, 2013
Every generation of new ecologists addresses the need for playscapes to match the landscapes while engendering wonder and beauty into a child's everyday world. Keeler's playground style imitates nature with designs of innovative path finding, inventive structures, and "swarm builds" that make each play space entirely original.
Descriptors: Playgrounds, Natural Resources, Outdoor Education, Young Children
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Tsegay, Samson Maekele – International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 2016
Thorough the framework of theories analyzing globalization and education, this paper focuses on the intersection among globalization, the environment and education. This paper critically analyzes how globalization could affect environmental devastation, and explore the role of pedagogies that could foster planetary citizenship by exposing…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Environmental Education, Neoliberalism, Economic Factors
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Fauber, Daphne; Caldwell, Barrett – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2021
Race for the Red Planet was designed by Daphne Fauber to teach engineering design principles through the contextualization of popular culture, science fiction, and the current race for Mars. The goal of the lesson was for students to learn how people may be living on Mars in the future through a variety of interdisciplinary sources and various…
Descriptors: College Students, Engineering Education, Design, Teaching Methods
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Peffer, Melanie E.; Renken, Maggie; Enderle, Patrick; Cohen, Jonathan – Research in Science Education, 2021
Young children can struggle to learn difficult disciplinary content and important skills for practicing science. Problem-based learning (PBL) may be useful for addressing such difficulties, yet evidence to support its usefulness in elementary school-aged children is limited. We considered the role of a PBL unit in improving students' genetics…
Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Elementary School Students, Difficulty Level, Genetics
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Vere?, Sanda; Magda?, Ioana – Romanian Review of Geographical Education, 2020
This research aims to analyse the process of grasping the Solar System by the students during their learning activities in which we used an animation film and other educational means (geographic globe, schematic drawings, 3D model, etc.), as well as the results obtained. In order to achieve this goal, we organized an action-research within…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Teaching Methods, Animation, Films
Slimbach, Richard – Stylus Publishing LLC, 2020
This is a visionary, consciousness-raising book that asks us to rethink the purposes and design of study away and study abroad experiences in the context of a broadened set of global threats, including climate disruption, soaring inequality, ecosystem breakdown, the dying off of distinct languages and cultural communities, and the threat of a…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Sustainable Development, Consciousness Raising, Study Abroad
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Nkanyani, Tebogo E.; Mudau, Awelani V. – Journal of Turkish Science Education, 2019
The aim of this study was to explore the teaching of senior phase of Natural Sciences with a focus on the Planet Earth and beyond knowledge strand. A qualitative case study design was used. Semi-structured interviews and observations were employed to collect data from two purposefully chosen teachers. The results of the study showed that some…
Descriptors: Natural Sciences, Science Teachers, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Teacher Competencies
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Price, Jamie; Govett, Aimee; Davis, Misty; Ivester, Robyn; Howard, Teresa; Messimer, Lisa – Teaching Science, 2019
Project-based learning (PBL) is centred on a challenging, yet meaningful, driving question and culminates in a product that students create or do to showcase their learning to a public audience. Other essential elements of a true PBL experience include: sustained inquiry, authentic tasks, opportunities for students to make decisions about their…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Student Projects, Integrated Activities, Units of Study
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