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School Science and Mathematics

1992 Volume 92, Number 6

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Bridging the Gap between School and Real Life: Toward an Integration of Science, Mathematics and Technology in the Context of Authentic Practice

    Wolff-Michael Roth

    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... More

    pp. 307-17

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  2. Sequences, Series, and Mathematica

    John H. Mathews

    Describes how the computer algebra system Mathematica can be used to enhance the teaching of the topics of sequences and series. Examines its capabilities to find exact, approximate, and... More

    pp. 318-24

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  3. The Effects of CAI and Hands-On Activities on Elementary Students' Attitudes and Weather Knowledge

    Catherine M. Gardner

    Reports a study that compared the effects of three methods of instruction, use of hands-on activities, hands-on activities in combination with computer-assisted instruction (CAI), or text-based... More

    pp. 334-36

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