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Target Inquiry teachers publish research-based classroom activities

Target Inquiry teachers publish research-based classroom activities

Three local science teachers taking part in the Target Inquiry program have received recognition for their efforts to develop inquiry-based classroom activities.  Their work, overseen by Chemistry faculty member, Dr. Debbie Herrington, has been published in three different journals:

Erin Berryhill,  Northview High School. Berryhill, E., Oliver, K., & Herrington, D. (2016). Kinematics card sort activity: Insight into students’ thinking for students and teacher. The Physics Teacher, 54, 541-544.

Bradley Stevens, Zeeland High School. Stevens, B., Rybczynski, S., & Herrington, D.  (2016). Food and energy for all: Turning a demonstration into an inquiry activity! Science Scope, 40(4), 48-56.

Ashley Meyer, Hamilton Middle School.  Meyer, A., Rybczynski, S., & Herrington, D. (2016). Starchy surveillance. MSTA Journal, 61(2), 73-83.

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