Energy Underground: Studying matter and energy processes within caves

by: Catherina L. Wiley

Students observe underground caverns and discover that matter recycling occurs on many levels and is directly related to the amount of energy present during the exchange process. The author describes an integrated science unit that correlates several principles in an investigative format where students take ownership of the learning.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 2/1/2003Stock # tst03_070_02_20Volume 070Issue 02

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