The National Science Resources Center has introduced the first three units of its new hands-on elementary science program. "Plant Growth and Development," "Electric Circuits" and "Microworlds" were demonstrated at a March 6 news conference in Washington, DC. The units are part of NSRC's elementary science curriculum project, "Science and Technology for Children" (STC). The project is based on the principle that children learn science by doing science.
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
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"Science Notes - New Hands-On Elementary Science Program,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 28
, Article 9.
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