Forensics can serve as the perfect vehicle for science exploration and learning. As part of a professional development workshop, teachers participated in a simulated archeological dig in which they had to make observations about the site, plan an excavation, gather their data, record their findings, and map the site. Teachers who participated in the Purdue workshop and learned about the following forensics activity created diverse activities and inquiry experiences tied to state and national standards for their students.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 2/1/2004Stock # tst04_071_02_56Volume 071Issue 02

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