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Doug Kirkpatrick, 8th Grade [electronic resource]

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Students use computers during a lesson on "What happens to light as you move away?" to observe, graph, and analyze data, then confirm their predictions via e-mail with university scientists.
Online
1995
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Food for Thought [electronic resource]

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Observes Nanette Respess' fifth grade class in Huntsville, Alabama as they learn about testing procedures and nutrition as they test liquids and foods for different nutrients. Shows the students testing foods for the presence of glucose, starch, protein and fats as part of an embedded assessment. Finally, the students apply their knowledge to everyday life by reading nutrition labels to plan healthy menus.
Online
1999
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Completing the Circuit [electronic resource]

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Observes Linda Block's fourth grade class in Castro Valley, California as they investigate the principles of electricity. Follows the class as they experiment with a variety of materals; learn to light a bulb using a battery, bulb and wire; and discover the workings of simple, parallel and series circuits.
Online
1999
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All Sorts of Leaves [electronic resource]

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Observes Gale Gibson's first grade class in Boynton Beach, Florida as they investigate the diversity of leaves. Follows the class as they collect, observe, sort, count and classify the leaves and identify which plants from which their leaves came from.
Online
1999
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Teacher Workshop [electronic resource]

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Sixteen inservice teachers engage in professional development using the principles of the workshop, "Completing the Circuit".
Online
1999