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Bridging the Gap between School and Real Life: Toward an Integration of Science, Mathematics and Technology in the Context of Authentic Practice
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School Science and Mathematics Volume 92, Number 6, ISSN 0036-6803

Abstract

Provides a rationale for a learning environment in science classrooms that integrates science, mathematics, and technology while solving authentic problems. Describes activities that can be used in such an environment and presents data regarding students' attitudes toward the described activities. (MDH)

Citation

Roth, W.M. (1992). Bridging the Gap between School and Real Life: Toward an Integration of Science, Mathematics and Technology in the Context of Authentic Practice. School Science and Mathematics, 92(6), 307. Retrieved August 19, 2019 from .

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