Biology: A Community Context, Student Edition
McGraw-Hill Education, Jun 25, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 576 pages
An inquiry-based biology curriculum that engages every student!
Biology: A Community Context is an inquiry-based curriculum for high school general biology classes. It was developed by a team of scientists, science educators, and high school teachers coordinated by the Project Directors, Dr. William H. Leonard, and Dr. John E. Penick, and the Project Manager, Dr. Barbara J. Speziale, under a grant from the National Science Foundation. The materials in the curriculum align with the National Science Education Standards developed by the National Research Council and Benchmarks for Science Literacy (developed by Project 2061 of the AAAS)..
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