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EDU 341: Science in the Elementary School

Science in Elementary School Group Work

Science in the Elmentary School Pumpkin Project

 

Science in the Elementary School Egg Drop

Students from EDU 341: Science in the Elementary School, work collaboratively on a weekly basis to complete both simple and complex investigations.

The object of these hands-on investigations is to show future teachers that science can be entertaining while educational. Concept ideas are never given to the students. They must perform the tasks and figure out what the concept is.

The pictures here show the creation of lava lamps, measuring investigations, estimation, dissections and even a critical thinking exercise to create a structure to protect an egg from breaking when dropped from various heights.

Students will be involved in at least 100 such activities throughout the course of a semester.

 

Science in the Elementary School Individual Work

Science in the Elementary School Group Project

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