Research towards an Expanded Understanding of Inquiry Science beyond One Idealized Standard
Science Education Volume 87, Number 4, ISSN 0036-8326
Examines the implementation and adaptation of Kids as Global Scientists (KGS), an inquiry-based, technology-rich middle school environment. Examines three classrooms of urban teachers in high-poverty environments and two classrooms of maverick teachers in middle-class suburban environments. (SOE)
Songer, N.B., Lee, H.S. & McDonald, S. (2003). Research towards an Expanded Understanding of Inquiry Science beyond One Idealized Standard. Science Education, 87(4), 490-516.
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