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Interdisciplinary learning in science integrates two or more disciplines into coherent connections to enable students to generate meaningful associations.

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The Science Teacher—September/October 2020

Volume 88, Number 1 Evaluating Scientific Claims ...

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An Adapted Journal Club Approach

Students must be able to evaluate primary literature, yet few options exist within the undergraduate curriculum to develop the necessary skills. In th...

 

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New Community Creation Through a Shared Biology-Chemistry-Communication Laboratory Model for First-Year STEM Majors

This article explores results from a 3-year model of laboratory instruction, Project Synapse, that synthesized biology, chemistry, and communication c...

 

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A Model for a Data Analysis– and Literature-Intensive Undergraduate Course

This article describes the use of literature to broaden students’ skills in content comprehension, data analysis, modeling, and productive scientifi...

 

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Interdisciplinary Lessons on Energy and Entropy

This article presents ideas and narratives of an experiment on the concept of energy developed for an honors seminar on energy and a mechanics course....

 

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From Math Methods and Science Methods…To STEM Methods
 

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Cross-grade Collaboration
 

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Scientifically Modeling Water
 

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Discovering the Formation of Sound
 

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Poetry Activities and Investigations
 

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Freebies for Science and STEM Teachers/From the Field, May 10, 2022

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