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Appendix C Resources for Teaching Science Through Inquiry The following list represents a Exploratorium Institute for Inquiry sampling of the many resources http://www.exploratorium.edu/IFI/ available to help teachers and others resources/websites.html use inquiry as a basis for teaching and learning science. Whenever possible, The Science Learning Network we have listed Web sites or materials http://www.sln.org/ that themselves contain lists of resources. The reader is encouraged Project 2061 also to consult the References American Association for the Advance- section in this publication for further ment of Science information. http://www.project2061.org/ Science Education Projects Funded by WEB SITES the National Science Foundation These Web sites contain references http://watt.enc.org/nsf.html to a wide variety of resources, includ- ing student curriculum materials, Professional Development Summer bibliographies, and professional Opportunities for Teachers development opportunities. NSF-Funded Projects http://www.ehr.nsf.gov/ehr/esie/ Eisenhower National Clearinghouse teso/ The Ohio State University http://www.enc.org/ 189 APPENDIX C
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BOOKS JOURNALS Science for All Children: A Guide to The Science Teacher; Science and Improving Elementary Education Children National Science Teachers Association in Your School District National Science Resources Center/ http://www.nsta.org/pubs/tst/ Smithsonian Institution National Academy Press, Washington, Hands On! DC: 1997. TERC, Inc. http://www.nationalacademies.org/ http://www.terc.edu/handson/ publications/ handson.html Inquiry: Thoughts, Views, and Strate- Journal of Research in Science gies for the K-5 Classroom Teaching Foundations, Volume 2 National Association for Research in Division of Elementary, Secondary, Science Teaching and Informal Education http://science.coe.uwf.edu/narst/ National Science Foundation, Arling- jrstinfo.htm ton, VA: 1999. ENC Focus, A Magazine for Classroom Inquiry and Learning: Realizing Innovators Eisenhower National Clearinghouse Science Standards in the Classroom John W. Layman, George Ochoa, and for Mathematics and Science Henry Heikkinen Education The National Center for Cross Disci- http://www.enc.org/order/ plinary Teaching and Learning College Entrance Examination Board, Connect New York: 1996. Synergy Learning International, Inc. http://www.synergylearning.org Physics by Inquiry, Volumes I and II Lillian C. McDermott and the Physics RESOURCE GUIDES Education Group, University of Washington Resources for Teaching Elementary John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York: School Science 1996. National Science Resources Center/ Smithsonian Institution National Academy Press, Washington, DC: 1996. http://www.nap.edu 190 I N Q U I R Y A N D T H E N AT I O N A L S C I E N C E E D U C AT I O N S TA N D A R D S
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Resources for Teaching Middle School Science K-6: Investigating Classrooms, developed by WGBH Boston. Science National Science Resources Center/ http://www.wgbh.org/wgbh/learn/ Smithsonian Institution scilib/aboutvid.html/ National Academy Press, Washington, Teaching High School Science (avail- DC: 1998. able Fall 2000), developed by WGBH http://www.nap.edu Boston. http://www.wgbh.org/wgbh/learn/ THSS.html/ INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Visualizing Growth: Changing the Way “Resource List: The ENC Collection” We Teach Science, developed by ENC Focus: A Magazine for Classroom WNED, the Buffalo Museum of Innovators, vol. 6, no. 1, 1999, Science, and the Buffalo Public pp. 39-62. Schools. Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education Available from the New York State http://www.enc.org/order/ Education Department (518-474-5862): Just Think: Problem Solving through Inquiry. VIDEO COLLECTIONS Collections of videos (with guide- Available from Heinemann (800-541- books) portraying inquiry-based 2086): teaching and learning include: Sense Making in Science Video Series, developed by TERC. Available from the Annenberg/ Corporation for Public Broadcasting Available from the Mr. Wizard (http://www.learner.org/): Institute (800-537-0008): Teacher to Teacher with Mr. Wizard, Private Universe Teacher Workshops, developed by the Mr. Wizard developed by The Harvard- Foundation. Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Science Images, developed by the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory. 191 APPENDIX C
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