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  • Mathematics - An Exhibit on Ideas and Applications
    Date: 02/01/1987
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    The Franklin Institute Science Museum, a major American Science Center serving more than 700,000 individuals annually, proposes to create a 3,700 square foot permanent exhibition that will promote public interest in and understanding of the concepts and principles of mathematics in concrete, tangible form. The exhibition will consist of five ... »
  • Four-H Marine and Aquatic Education Programs
    Date: 01/15/1987
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    The 4-H organization of Virginia is developing a Marine and Aquatic Education Program with a strong field study component for youngsters ages five through nine. They plan to reach these young people through local and community 4-H clubs and in summer camps. One part of the program is aimed at the handicapped and development of strategies to meet ... »
  • Walking on Water: A Presentation of the PBS American Playhouse Series
    Date: 01/15/1987
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    This project, WALKING ON WATER, chronicals the success of Jaime Escalante's nationally acclaimed mathematics program at Garfield High School in Los Angeles. Overcoming crime, poverty and a 50% drop-out rate, Mr. Escalante transformed Hispanic students with deficient scholastic backgrounds into the top calculus students in the country. As a result ... »
  • A Science-Based Video Series for Young Children
    Date: 09/15/1986
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    Maryland Instructional Television, in conjunction with the National Science Teachers Association, will use the expertise of scientists and educators and the medium of television to create an exciting science video series for children ages four through seven. The activities of the project include the identification of content, design of ... »
  • The Science Behind Medicine: The Shape of Things to Come
    Date: 09/01/1986
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    This project at the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, Durham, North Carolina, will create a 2000 square foot permanent exhibition, "The Science Behind Medicine", using recent advances in medical science and technology to illustrate basic science concepts. It will engage visitors through their strong interest in health and medicine, ... »
  • Concepts of Chemistry: A Hands-On Exhibition
    Date: 09/01/1986
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    The California Museum of Science and Industry will create a 3,000 square foot permanent exhibition of hands-on participatory exhibits on chemistry and chemical phenomena that will allow visitors to manipulate the variables of chemical systems. Forty exhibit units will be organized in clusters in that represent the basic concepts of properties of ... »
  • Development of Science Related Exhibits for Young Children
    Date: 09/01/1986
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    The St. Louis Science Center is a major metropolitan science museum serving a population of 2.3 million people. One year ago they moved into a new facility at a new location and attendance at the museum has tripled, reaching 600,00 visitors this past year. The center will develop a "Science Playground" in order to teach basic science principles ... »
  • Model Project to Increase Mathematics Achievement at the Secondary School Level
    Date: 08/01/1986
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    This project will test an instructional strategy designed to increase the pool of minority students who are successful in their study of algebra and higher mathematics courses. Since 1979, the Comprehensive Math and Science Program at Columbia University has been developing an instructional model designed to give all entering ninth grade students ... »
  • Understanding Ourselves, Understanding Each Other: Psychology's Search--A Traveling Exhibition
    Date: 06/01/1986
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    The American Psychological Association, in cooperation with the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC), will develop a series of exhibits on psychology using a discovery room/science laboratory approach. The exhibition will, for the first time, offer museum visitors a first hand opportunity to explore the tools, methods, and concepts of ... »
  • The Thinking Gallery: Development of an Inquiry-Driven Gallery in a Living Museum
    Date: 06/01/1986
    Resource Category: Project Descriptions
    The New England Aquarium will develop an "inquiry-driven" gallery for the study of aquatic sciences in a move to go beyond the "naming" experiences in biology and environmental education. The project will focus on seven conceptual themes: 1) adaptation and evolution; 2) habitat; 3) life cycles; 4) development and metamorphosis; 5) species ... »

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