We Need You
Above all, remember that all pupils cannot be expected to progress at
the same rate toward any specific artificial goal you have set up. Try to
consider growth as an individual matter. It is, you know."
| This newsletter is intended to be a way for teachers in the area to share
and communicate with each other about their experiences with teaching science. In order for this to happen, you need to send us information about what you are doing. We would love to sit in your classroom and write an article on what you are doing, but we
have stuff we have to get done too. So, please send us things we can publish.
Your audience is other teachers who teach the same types of students you do. Feel free to ask questions.
| When you read an article by another teacher
who asks a question, please respond. This would be an easy way to survey
many students and collect data. We'll publish your survey and they can mail
their results to you. You can then follow up with a compilation of data
in the next newsletter.
How do you submit something to the newsletter? If you teach in Alexander, Federal Hocking, or Trimble, give your item to your curriculum coordinator (you know who we are).
If you are from another district, fax your item to me, Barry Oches, at 662-5065.
If you have questions, call me at 662-3006. If you prefer e-mail, my address
is: email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.|
Write a paragraph about what you do in your classroom to make your science instruction inquiry based. We will print responses in the next issue.
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