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This is a ppt I used for my presentation at NSTA Seattle area conference in December 2011. It is geared to teachers who are considering implementing my NSTA Press book, the STEM Student Research Handbook. We talked various ways to organize studentdesigned research projects; providing deadlines and meaningful feedback, how to support students working in groups, how web 2.0 tools can be used to organize and streamline the research process, and how to teach literacy aspects of research. Science teachers CAN do this! :)
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