Ways to jazz up middle-school science and math

12/1/2005 | Christian Science Monitor, The

The secret to making middle-school science and math lessons engaging, experts say, is to give kids hands-on experiences that involve real-world applications of knowledge. Sites like the Stevens Institute of Technology's Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education and Raytheon's MathMovesU suggest classroom activities that are fresh and fun for preteens.

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