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Posts for September 2005

Guest Contributors | September 20, 2005 | FOSS in Schools

On October 1–2, 2004, elementary education science methods faculty and science content faculty from Pennsylvania met at Lock Haven University's Sieg Conference Center to explore ways to integrate exemplary elementary science materials into their college classes.

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Guest Contributors | September 16, 2005 | FOSS in Schools

Greece, the eighth largest school district in New York State, adopted FOSS in 2002 because it provided them with a science program that was matched to their standards and promoted instructional practices that were consistent with their district goals.

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FOSS Newsletter Staff | September 07, 2005 | Professional Development

The FOSS project and Delta Education sponsored a Weather and Water workshop from June 26–July 1 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Climatological Survey and the University of Oklahoma provided onsite coordination for the workshop through the valuable services of Andrea Melvin.

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FOSS Newsletter Staff | September 06, 2005 | Professional Development

A teacher's dream...all students were completely engrossed, noses buried in their investigations into milkweed bug reproductive cycles. The buzz of voices in lively discussion echoed throughout the room. But we could not understand a word they said!

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FOSS Newsletter Staff | September 01, 2005 | FOSS in Schools

In Mr. Cho's seventh-grade science class at the James P. Timilty Middle School in Roxbury, Massachusetts, science does not end when class is over.

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