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CMST: a collaborative method for teaching math, science and technology at the high school level

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2 Author(s)
C. Firmender ; Dept. of Technol. Educ., Greenwich High Sch., CT, USA ; T. Nicholson

Summary form only given as follows. This is an interdisciplinary course combining Algebra II, Physics and Technology. The purpose is to provide students with a hands on approach to the three subjects as well as bridge the gap between the math, science, and technology curriculum. Students will use mathematical analysis, scientific inquiry and engineering design based on the Dartmouth model to pose questions, seek answers and develop solutions through projects using TI-83s, probes, materials and computer interfaces. The course will enhance students cooperative learning skills through these projects during the three block periods. The students will be enrolled in an Algebra II, Regular Physics, and Technology class and receive a separate grade for each subject.

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Frontiers in Education Conference, 1999. FIE '99. 29th Annual  (Volume:3 )

Date of Conference:

10-13 Nov. 1999