FOSSconnect


Sue Jagoda | September 16, 2008 | Life Science

I've always been fascinated by these amazing insects with their flickering glow, but until recently when I heard a short story on a local news station, I hadn't thought about their relationship to some of the insects explored in various FOSS modules and courses. But once I heard that the glow worm was one stage in the firefly life cycle, my attention was caught.

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Larry Malone | September 16, 2008 | Observations by Larry

This question frequently enters the discussion when issues related to FOSS curriculum design and instructional practice are bandied about. But what is the questioner really asking?

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Erica Beck Spencer and Kristin Metz | September 08, 2008 | FOSS Outdoors

Science teachers in Boston Public Schools (BPS) are getting kids outside on a regular basis, despite teaching in an urban district, in a high-stakes testing environment, and in a typically pressure-packed 21st-century public school. These outdoor explorations are an integral part of teaching with the elementary FOSS modules.

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James Wilson | September 02, 2008 | Miscellaneous

We received the following poems this past February via foss@berkeley.edu.

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