Technology-Based Learning: Using water studies as the basis for an alternative teaching strategy

by: Kabba E. Colley

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The Technology-Based Learning in School Science (tBLISS) project was developed with two purposes in mind—to investigate the feasibility of implementing a technology-based science curriculum with a small group of teachers and students and to examine how students acquire science process skills in such a learning environment. The tBLISS curriculum featured in this article focuses on water as a theme. It is important for teachers and students to be fully oriented about the meaning, importance, and role of collaboration in scientific investigations before they participate in technology-based science projects.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 9/1/2001Stock # tst01_068_06_49Volume 068Issue 06

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