Credits

Cover and page xix: Students at Glebe Elementary School, Arlington, VA, work on an activity from Organisms, a first-grade unit in the Science and Technology for Children (STC) curriculum program. Eric Long, photographer. Courtesy of the National Science Rsources Center (NSRC).

Page viii and page 6: Illustration by student at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC.

Page viii and page 7: Students at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, photographer.

Page viii and page x: Students at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, photographer.

Page viii: Student at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, photographer.

Page viii and page 67: Students conducting an investigation of marine life. Courtesy of the Eisenhower Consortium @ SERVE.

Page viii and page 68: Students conducting an investigation of marine life. Courtesy of the Eisenhower Consortium @ SERVE.

Page ix and page 123: Students at Bailey’s Elementary School, Fairfax, VA, work on an activity from Animal Studies, a fourth-grade unit. Rick Vargas, photographer. Courtesy of the NSRC.

Page ix and page 116: Student at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, photographer.

Page ix and page 133: Courtesy of the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS).

Page ix and page 86: Courtesy of the Physics Education Group, University of Washington, Seattle.

Page ix and page 147: Courtesy of the Physics Education Group, University of Washington, Seattle.

Page ix and page 107: Teachers participating in an NSRC Leadership Institute. Rick Vargas, photographer. Courtesy of the NSRC.

Page xi: Students at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, photographer.

Page xiv: Drawing by Van Nguyen, National Academy Press.

Page xx: Students at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, photographer.



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Page 2: Courtesy of Brian Atwater and Page 38: Students at Edmund Burke Mary Lou Zoback, U.S. Geological School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Survey. Miller-Coe, photographer. Page 4: Image of article reprinted by Page 40: Courtesy of BSCS. permission from Nature 378:371- Page 42: Courtesy of BSCS. 372. Copyright 1995 Macmillan Page 43: Student at Edmund Burke Magazines Ltd. School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Page 9: Letter written by student, Miller-Coe, photographer. Janney Elementary School, Page 45: Students at Glebe Elementary Washington, DC. School, Arlington, VA, work on an Page 12: Student and teacher at activity from Organisms, a first- Edmund Burke School, Washington, grade STC unit. Courtesy of the DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, NSRC. photographer. Page 49: Illustration by National Page 15: Probably Tuskegee Institute. Academy Press. From the Library of Congress Page 51: Courtesy of BSCS. Photo Collections. Page 52: Students at Chevy Chase Page 16: From the Library of Congress Elementary School, Chevy Chase, Photo Collections. MD. David Savage, photographer. Page 17: From the Library of Congress Courtesy of the NSRC. Photo Collections. Page 53: Moon phase photos courtesy Page 24: Courtesy of Lawrence Hall of of BSCS. Science, University of California, Page 55: Student at Eastern Middle Berkeley. School, Silver Spring, MD. Robert Page 28: Students working on an Allen Strawn, photographer. activity from Floating and Sinking, a Page 56: Image of the Copernican fifth-grade STC unit. Courtesy of model of the universe. Reproduced the NSRC. from the Collections of the Library Page 30: Courtesy of the Lawrence Hall of Congress. of Science, University of California, Page 57: Page from Galileo’s “Starry Berkeley. Messenger.” Reproduced from the Page 31: Student at Edmund Burke Collections of the Library of School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Congress. Miller-Coe, photographer. Page 62: Sketch drawn by student at Page 32: Students at Edmund Burke Woodrow Wilson Senior High School, Washington, DC. Danyelle School, Washington, DC. Miller-Coe, photographer. Page 73: Students at Edmund Burke Page 38: Students at Edmund Burke School, Washington, DC. Danyelle School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, photographer. Miller-Coe, photographer. Page 74: Worksheet from students at Page 38: Student at Edmund Burke Edmund Burke School, Washington, School, Washington, DC. Danyelle DC. Miller-Coe, photographer. 201 CREDITS

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Page 77: Students at Glebe Elementary Page 113: Principal and teacher at East School, Arlington, VA, working on Silver Spring Elementary School, an activity from Organisms, a first- Silver Spring, MD. Robert Allen grade STC unit. Courtesy of the Strawn, photographer. NSRC. Page 114: Students at Eastern Middle Page 81: Courtesy of BSCS. School, Silver Spring, MD. Robert Page 88: BASEE workshop, summer Allen Strawn, photographer. 1999. Courtesy of Mary Lou Page 118: Students at Edmund Burke Zoback, U.S. Geological Survey. School, Washington, DC. Danyelle Page 89: Students observing a Rube Miller-Coe, photographer. Goldberg device. Courtesy of Page 121: Student at Montgomery Blair Argonne National Laboratory. High School, Silver Spring, MD. Page 92: Students and teacher at Piney Robert Allen Strawn, photographer. Branch Elementary School, Takoma Page 125: Student at Amidon Park, MD. Robert Allen Strawn, Elementary School, Washington, photographer. DC, working on an activity from Page 94: Teachers participating in an Floating and Sinking, a fifth-grade NSRC Leadership Institute. Rick STC unit. Courtesy of the NSRC. Vargas, photographer. Courtesy of Page 130: Student at Piney Branch the NSRC. Elementary School, Takoma Park, Page 97: Teachers at Bellevue School MD. Robert Allen Strawn, District, Bellevue, WA, participating photographer. in a Physics by Inquiry class Page 134: Students at Amidon conducted by the Physics Education Elementary School, Washington, Group. Courtesy of the Physics DC, working on an activity from Education Group, University of Floating and Sinking, a fifth-grade Washington, Seattle. STC unit. Courtesy of the NSRC. Page 100: Courtesy of the Page 136: Courtesy of Lawrence Hall of Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA. Science, University of California, Page 102: Courtesy of the Berkeley. Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA. Page 138: Courtesy of the NSRC. Page 104: Courtesy of BSCS. Page 142: Courtesy of the Physics Page 110: Students and teacher at Education Group, University of Edmund Burke School, Washington, Washington, Seattle. DC. Danyelle Miller-Coe, Page 148: High school science supply photographer. shelves. Lisa Vandemark, Page 111: BAESI field trip. Courtesy of photographer. Mary Lou Zoback, U.S. Geological Page 151: Photodisk image. Survey. 202 CREDITS