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ExploraVision

 
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ExploraVision homepage

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TEACHER RESOURCES

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Summary: THE TOOLS FOR SUCCESS

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What Is Exploravision And How Can I Use It In My Classroom? 9-26-2013

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Summary: Web Seminar Recorded Archive

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What is ExploraVision 9-26-2013.pdf

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From Generation to Generation: Oral Histories of Scientific Innovations From the 20th Century

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Summary: The 20th century saw some of the most important technological and scientific discoveries in the history of humankind. The space shuttle, the internet, and other modern advances changed society forever, and yet many students cannot imagine what life was...

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STEM Student Research Handbook ( PDF e-book)

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Summary: This comprehensive resource for STEM teachers and students, outlines the various stages of large-scale research projects, enabling teachers to coach their students through the research process. This handbook provides enough detail to embolden all teachers—even...

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Teacher’s Toolkit: Facilitating an inquiry-based science classroom

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Summary: Despite recommendations from the National Science Education Standards and best practices for teaching science through inquiry-based methods, many teachers continue with traditional teaching methods citing management issues as the central obstacle. The...

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What Students Really Think About Doing Research

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Summary: This article shares student perspectives on authentic research projects. This qualitative study followed 14 students through a local science and engineering fair project to gain information about their thoughts about research.