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Science & Technology Curriculum Framework
Owning The Questions

References

Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics and National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. Guide to Selecting Instructional Materials for Mathematics Education. Mountain View, CA: Creative Publications, 1993.

California Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. "Instructional Materials Criteria." Science Framework for California Public Schools. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1990.

____. "Instructional Materials Criteria." Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1992.

National Science Resources Center. Criteria for Evaluating Elementary Science Curriculum Materials. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences.

Ralph, J. and Dwyer, M.C. Making the Case: Evidence of Program Effectiveness in Schools and Classrooms, Criteria and Guidelines for the U.S. Department of Education's Program Effectiveness Panel. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 1988.

PALMS Quality Mathematics and Science Task Force Members
Peg BondorewMassachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Marilyn DeckerCESAME, Northeastern University
Sue DoublerTERC
Eileen FerranceRegional Alliance for Mathematics and Science Education Reform
Nancy LoveThe Network, Inc.
William MasalskiUniversity of Massachusetts, Amherst
Katherine Frome PagetTERC
Tom PlatiWellesley Public Schools
Mike ZapantisMassachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

American Association for the Advancement of Science, Project 2061. (1993). Benchmarks for Science Literacy. New York: Oxford University Press.

Baron, J.B. (1990). Performance Assessment: Blurring the edges of assessment, curriculum and instruction. In A. Champagne, B. Lovitts and B. Calinger (Eds.), Assessment in the Service of Instruction. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Biological Sciences Curriculum Study. (1995). Redesigning the Science Curriculum. Colorado Springs, CO.

Carl Perkins Act (1990). U.S. Congress Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act (P.L. 98-524).

Carson, R. (1962). Silent Spring. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. (1990). Common Competencies: The promise of linguistic and cultural diversity, pp. 30-31.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. (June 1994). Eliminating the General Track, background paper.

Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Science. (1995). Science in the National Curriculum, London: Her Magesty's Stationery Office.

Duckworth, E. (1987). The Having of Wonderful Ideas and other essays on teaching and learning. New York: Teachers College Press.

Hayes, I. Twisting the dragon's tail, Washington Science Teacher's Journal, November 1993, pp. 7-10.

Kelley, J. and K. Skelly (Eds.) (1994). Teachers' Investigations in Alternative Assessments. University of Lowell.

Komacek, S., Lawson, A., and Horton, A. (1990). Manufacturing Technology. Albany, N.Y.: Delmar.

Komacek, S. (1993). Production Technology. Albany, N.Y.: Delmar.

LaPorte, J., and Sander, M., Integrating Technology, Science and Mathematics in the Middle School, The Technology Teacher: (March 1993). Reston, VA.: International Technology Education Association.

Loucks-Horsley, S., et al. (1990). Elementary School for the 90's. Andover, MA: The NETWORK.

National Center for Improving Science Education. (1991). The High Stakes of High School Science. Andover, MA: Author.

National Research Council. National Science Education Standards: Draft November 1994. Washington, D.C.: Author.

National Science Teachers Association. (1992). Scope, Sequence and Co-ordination of Secondary School Science. Volume I- The content core. Washington D.C.: Author.

New York State Education Department. (1994). Framework for Mathematics, Science, and Technology. Albany, NY.

NGS Kids Network. (1991). Too Much Trash? National Geographical Society.

O'Brien-Carelli, A., and Kelly, B. Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment.

Phillips, K. (1991). Developing A Technology Education Program. Glenn Ellyn, IL.: Technical Foundation of America.

Raizen, S, (ed.), Sellwood, P., Todd, R., and Vickers, M. Technology in the Classroom: Understanding the Designed World, forthcoming, Jossey Bass.

Richards, R. (1990). An Early Start to Technology. London: Simon and Schuster.

Rutherford, J.and Ahlgren, A. (1989). Science for All Americans: A project 2061 report on goals in science, mathematics and technology. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Savage, E., and Sterry, L. (1990). A Conceptual Framework for Technology Education. Reston, VA.: International Technology Education Association.

Smith, H. Exploring Energy Sources/Application Alternatives. South Holland, IL.: Goodhart, Wilcox.

Solomon, J. and Aikenhead, G. (1994). STS Education: International Perspectives on Reform. New York: Teachers College Press.

Technology A National Imperative: National Technology Education. Advisory Council. (1988). International Technology Education Association. Reston, VA.

Wheelock, A. (1992). Crossing the Tracks: How untracking can save America's schools. Dexter, MI: The New Press.

Wright R. T. (1993). Manufacturing in Technology Education. Glencoe Peoria, IL.

Wright, R., Israel, E., and Lauda, D. (1993). Teaching Technology -- A Teacher's Guide. Reston, VA: International Technology Education Association.

Wright, R., Israel, E., and Lauda, D. (1993). A Decision Maker's Guide to Technology Education, Reston, VA: International Technology Education Association.

Science and Technology Web sites

http://meol.mass.edu:70/0/WWW/MCET/MLP/sci.html
Site does Not Exist Anymore

This Web site provides linkages to:

  • Environment/nature
    Wonderful World of Insects
    EcoWeb (Recycle!)
    Environmental Education
    Wildlife
  • Chemistry
    Chemistry Information on the Internet
    Periodic Table of the Elements
    The Virtual Chemistry Library
  • Medicine/Biotechnology
    The Subarctic Biotech Web (West Valley High School, Fairbanks, Alaska).
    BMEnet (Biomedical Engineering Home Page)
    USDE Documents re: Human Radiation Experiments (recently declassified)
    Space Environment Effects Information Resources
  • Weather Resources
    Todd Gross' Weather/Astronomy Page
    Current National Weather
    Satellite Image of the U.S. (image)
  • General/Miscellaneous
    New England Science Center
    US Dept. of Energy
    Educational Internet Resources from TERC
    Geophysics
    Global Online Adventure Learning
    Virtual Tourist World Map
    World Factbook
    XEROX PARC Map Viewer
    Science Curriculum and Projects
    Eisenhower National Clearinghouse -- Mathematics and science curriculum resources
    Math and Science Resources for Educators
    Science and Math Initiatives (Boulder Valley, CO School District)
    National Science Foundation WWW Server

Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

This is the Web site of PALMS (Partnerships Advancing the Learning of Mathematics and Science), a statewide initiative of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the National Science Foundation.

http://www.eduzone.com/plycurriculum/science/index.htm
Site does Not Exist Anymore

The Plymouth Public Schools' draft K-12 Science & Technology Curriculum is available from this site. The draft was developed from the Massachussetts Common Core of Learning and the Curriculum Framework Common Chapters.



Last Updated: January 1, 1996
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