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Science Scope—January/February 2021


Volume 44, Number 3

There are a multitude of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies that can be employed to make learning accessible for all. This issue of Science Scope features a sample of strategies, including immersion into real-world problems, the use of manipulatives, kinesthetic activities, and science that focuses on making a connection to the learner’s culture.

Journal Article

Learning for All

By Patty McGinnis

Middle School Equity Inclusion

Journal Article

“Science That Matters”

By Daniel Birmingham and Angela Calabrese Barton

Middle School Advocacy Equity Pedagogy Teaching Strategies

Journal Article

Walking the Slope

By Catherine E. Hibbitt

Middle School Physical Science Teaching Strategies

Journal Article

Instructional Scaffolding to Engage All Learners in Complex Science Text

By Delinda van Garderen, Rachel Juergensen, Cassandra Smith, Heba Abdelnaby, Amy Lannin, and William Folk

Middle School Multilingual Learners Equity Inclusion Pedagogy Teaching Strategies

Journal Article

The Moon’s Inclined Orbital Plane

By Timothy Young and Mark Guy

Middle School Astronomy Physical Science

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