Internet links for science education: student-scientist partnerships
If you'd like to foster a spirit of cooperation in your classroom, then you will certainly want to read Internet Links for Science Education. This pioneering book explores the role of the Internet and various technologies in the rapid and successful development of a novel form of science education and involvement -- authentic student-scientist partnerships (or "SSPs"). Contributors discuss progress in this newly emerging field, presenting examples of different projects and programs enabled or enhanced by the Internet and other technological advances. Student-scientist collaborations, such as the Globe Program, FeederWatch, the Sun Photometer Atmospheric Network, Project Aquanaut, Earthwatch, and Mars Exploration, are presented in detail.
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Introduction New Pathways in Science EducationThe Internet
The Educational Importance of SSPs
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accuracy analyze applications Aquanaut assessment birds Carnivore classification classroom collaboration CoVis Project create Cruiser CU-SeeMe curriculum data acquisition data collection data sets database developed e-mail EARTHWATCH Education Contact environment environmental error matrix evaluation example experience feeders field forest global GLOBE Program GLOBE schools GLOBE students goals graph hands-on Herbivore homepage House Finch image processing inquiry integration interactive Internet investigations involved IPT project katydids Laboratory land-cover maps Mars Exploration Mars Global Surveyor Mars Pathfinder materials measurements Mims III missions monitoring Omnivore participants Project FeederWatch protocols samples satellite science education science teachers scientific visualization sensors specific SSPs student data student-scientist partnerships Students collect Sun Photometer teachers and students teaching temperature TERC tion turtles understanding validation videoconferencing visualization tools workshops World Wide Web