Imagine for a moment that your science classes could have burst through the walls of your school. Imagine investigating science questions with tools that let you capture dinosaurs, visit Thomas Edison's lab or the Wright Brothers' first flight, and gather data from different climates or ecosystemsand then recording those experiences and using them to develop a scientific presentation for your peers, teachers, and parents. We have not quite created a time/space machine that can send students back in time or to far-flung locations, but students do have access to a vast range of real-world experiences and information, whether in…
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