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Discovery in Our Classrooms: Inquiry and the Nature of Science: LISE 5: The 5th Annual Leadership Initiative in Science Education
The annual Leadership Initiative in Science Educ. conf. at the Chemical Heritage Foundation have been a forum for promoting discussion among all stakeholders in science educ. to offer ideas that have immediate value and application. Twelve nationally known speakers attracted more than 110 educators, industry leaders, science professionals, museum experts, and gov’t. rep. in April 2005 for the 5th annual conf. The theme was “Discovery in Our Classrooms: Inquiry and the Nature of Science.” “Inquiry” and “nature of science” were chosen as a dual theme because they are closely related but distinct issues in teaching practice. The expert speakers examined the relationships between how science functions and how students can best learn science.
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