The Early Years: Pair Upby: Peggy Ashbrook

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Become part of a professional learning community by pairing up to exchange ideas and lesson plans. Professional development in real-life situations and collaborations with others is part of the National Science Education Standard A: Work together as colleagues within and across disciplines and grade levels. In this month’s column, the author helps you prepare to share by providing directions to create a science inquiry kit.

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  • on Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:17 AM

This article advocates becoming part of an educational community by sharing ideas, resources and more with at least one other teacher in your grade level or school. The activity provided in this article is one for the teacher this time. A teacher created a science activity kit (box) which is basically all that is needed to do a particular activity. This box can be shared with another teacher for another class. This also serves as a way to organize what you will do with the children.

Adah  (San Antonio, TX)
Adah (San Antonio, TX)

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