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Physics for All: How Technology can Spark Universal Success in the Physics Classroom
The Science Teacher (1997)
  • Lawrence Todd Escalada, University of Northern Iowa
  • Prentice H. Baptiste
  • Dean A. Zollman, Kansas State University
  • N. Sanjay Rebello, Kansas State University
Abstract
As the National Science Education Standards emphasize, our standard of living is becoming more dependent on the applications of the latest development om science and technology, including everyday devices such as computers, cellular phones, and laser scanners found at the checkout counters of grocery stores. As a result, the scientific and technological literacy of the populace must be at a level that enables all citizens to maintain their standards of living and make educated decisions of science- and technology-related issues.
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Publication Date
February, 1997
Citation Information
Lawrence Todd Escalada, Prentice H. Baptiste, Dean A. Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello. "Physics for All: How Technology can Spark Universal Success in the Physics Classroom" The Science Teacher Vol. 64 Iss. 2 (1997) p. 26 - 29
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lawrence-escalada/8/