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Scientific Process 1

This video covers the basics of thinking like a scientist including, observation, inference, compare, contrast and classify. Scientists use these skills and ...
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Best Practices; 2nd Grade Inquiry Based Science

This video documents best practices in inquiry based science at MaST Community Charter School in Philadelphia. These second grade students see themselves as ...
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Exploring Chemical vs. Physical Changes in Science

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Watch a complete lesson cycle through from introduction to assessment. Here is a lesson idea for teaching chemical and physical changes in Science. But, the lesson structure can be applied to other topics and subjects.
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Exploring Garden Ecosystems

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Discover a science lesson plan that lets 3rd grade students to work in groups and learn about garden ecosystems. This video shows a classroom visiting the school's garden to take part in this fun science lesson.
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Christina Barron's curator insight, October 3, 2013 4:48 PM

Here is a website that talks about kids participating in a garden project.

http://news.stanford.edu/news/2006/june7/garden-060706.html


The most fun science unit I think younger kids are about plants. I think it is a neat idea to incorporate a garden into that lesson. Instead of just sending plants home to die plant a garden and have the kids help tend it. Then enjoy the feast after the work is done.

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Scientists & Scholars: What's in a Name?

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The language you use when speaking to students will have an impact. See how you can start changing the way you speak with students to help encourage them to strive for more.
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Why Are Scientists Most Like Children?

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Children are naturally curious about the world around them. They experiment, explore, and discover without even thinking about it. Nobel Prize winning physicist William Phillips reaches out to the children of today as the scientists of tomorrow.

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Exploring the Space that Air Takes Up with Inquiry Labs

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By teaching with the 5Es, students are better able to understand and engage with lessons. Engage. Explore. Explain. Extend. Evaluate. Watch a first grade Science lesson that uses the 5E process.
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Dichotomous Key

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Using the environment around the school to teach about Dichotomous Keys. This is a fun science lesson for elementary school students. Learn about lesson and how to teach it.
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Journaling to Master Magnets

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Here's a great Science lesson for students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grades. This lesson helps students learn about magnets. Storytelling, journaling and teaching from the heart all play a part to make this an effective Science lesson.
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Teaching Hurricanes: A Hands-On Project

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Useful videos for teachers. Incorporating local natural disasters into elementary Science lesson plans. Here we see a school include a recent strong hurricane and technology into the curriculum.
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