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Scientific inquiry requires literacy in many of the phases. Scientists read scientific journal articles and write explanations to support scientific hypotheses. They share their research results with other scientists and the public through speaking and writing. Then other scientists read these results in a scientific journal and the inquiry cycle begins again.
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Find Jim Loewen’s new edition of Teaching What Really Happened here.
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NEW YORK, NY—Teachers College Press is pleased to announce that Beyond Testing: Seven Assessments of Students and Schools More Effective Than Standardized Tests by Read More
Make motivation part of your school culture.
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Article by Dr. Gene M. Kerns and Dr. Jan Bryan, academic advisors at Renaissance
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