Students dress as scientists to make lessons more fun

09/14/2010 | Jackson Sun (Tenn.), The

A Tennessee fourth-grade teacher has her students dress in white lab coats and black-framed glasses without lenses when conducting science experiments -- saying that dressing up like scientists makes the lessons more fun. "If they're enjoying themselves while they're learning, they're going to want to learn and retain more," said teacher Jill Lewis.

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