Publishing papers as part of K-12 education

Surprising teaching tool in K-12 science education — Zebrafish research
[Via EurekAlert! – Biology]

(Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News) The world’s leading zebrafish researchers contribute to the community’s active global efforts to promote science education. Scientific papers, many authored by students in grades K-12, as well as articles highlighting innovative curricula and educational tools and an informative report from the recent Zebrafish in Education Workshops are featured in the journal Zebrafish.


The issue is quite interesting and all Open Access. You can read the results of the student’s research as well as what the teachers learned in producing the classes.  

And just as we are experiencing a huge increase in multidisciplinary research, they used a multidisciplinary teaching approach, incorporating Language Arts, Math and Physical Educations in along with the Science.

We should see more of this.


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