February 3, 2006, Newsletter Issue #21: Teaching Elementary Science

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More help teaching science: When teaching elementary science, making it a hands-on experience is vital. Whether your labis a specially equipped room, your regular classroom, a field site or a community museum, lab experience allows your students to learn investigative, organizational, creative and communication skills. Through observation, manipulation, measuring, reasoning and writing, science is brought to life. No matter what subject of science is in your curriculum, consider developing hands-on activities in which your students can experience the phenomena you have explained through lectures, textbooks and research.

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