Science is a Key to Life – Podcast Episode 22 | Podcast Episode 22
Classnotes Podcast (October 15, 2007) Nurturing the budding scientists of the 21st Century to explore, discover and expand our universe is a new way of looking at science education. But this is precisely what is needed to shift from traditional science instruction approaches to a broader paradigm that affirms that all students really can learn science. Veronica Betancourt, M.A., an IDRA education associate and developer of IDRA’s Science Smart! model, discusses how minor tweaks in teaching practices can open giant doors for students, particularly for girls, minority students and English language learners. Veronica is interviewed by Bradley Scott, Ph.D., director of the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity. Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out form online at www.idra.org/resource_center_categories/classnotes-podcast/.
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Show length: 21:44
By Kathryn Brown and Veronica Betancourt, M.A., IDRA Newsletter
By Veronica Betancourt, M.A., IDRA Newsletter
Secondary Student Mastery and Achievement using Authentic Relevant Teaching
Elementary Student Mastery and Achievement using Authentic Relevant Teaching
Provided through “A Science Odyssey” by PBS. Includes DNA, evolution, radio transmission, building atoms, etc.
By GlaxoSmithKline. Includes sections on genetics, heredity, karyotype, DNA, cell cycle (G1 phase)
By the National Health Museum. Includes the “Mystery Spot,” which is a collection of online mysteries that revolve around science. Great for English language learners and struggling readers.
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