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Article in prestigious journal reaches teachers nationwide

Friday, March 28, 2014

Education director Claudia Bode, along with several high school teachers and KU faculty, described how to use algae to spark scientific inquiry in “Pond Power,” an article published this February in The Science Teacher, a nationally recognized journal for high school teachers.

Bode, C.; Criss, M.; Ising, A.; McCue, S.; Ralph, S.; Sharp, S.; Smith, V.; Sturm, B. “Pond power: How to use algae to energize inquiry and interdisciplinary connections,” The Science Teacher 2014 81:2 43-49.

 



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