Second-Grade Soil Scientists

by: Lori Gibb

After careful self-examination, the author revamped her soils unit to include a connection to the real world. As a result, students began to understand the importance of what they were learning, used higher-order thinking skills, and made connections to the world around them. This article describes how these successful changes were implemented, and in the process, transformed second-grade students into soil scientists.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 11/1/2000Stock # sc00_038_03_24Volume 038Issue 03

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