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Wilcox, J., Kruse, J, & Clough, M.P. (2015). Teaching science through inquiry. The Science Teacher, pp. 63-67.

Martinez-Gudapakkam A., Mutch-Jones, K. & Hicks, J. (2017) Formative assessment practices to support students who struggle in science, Science and Children, pp.88-93

Watt, S. J., Therrien, W.J., Kaldenberg, E. & Taylor, J. (2013). Promoting inclusive practices in inquiry-based science classrooms. Teaching Exceptional Children, 45(4), pp. 40-48

Penuel, W.R., Harris, C. J., & Haydel Debarger, A. (March, 2015). Implementing the next generation science standards. Kappan, 96(6), pp. 45-49

Longo, C. (2016). Changing the instructional model: Utilizing blended learning as a tool of inquiry instruction in middle school science. Middle School Journal, 47(3), pp. 33-40

Burton, M. (November, 2010). Five strategies for creating meaningful mathematics experiences in the primary years. Young Children, pp. 92-96.

Faulkner, V.N. (October, 2013). Why the Common Core changes math instruction. Kappan, pp. 59-63.

Gardner, Cynthia. (September, 2012). Morning meeting and science – A winning combination. Science & Children, pp. 60-64. 

Leavy, A., Hourigan, M., & McMahon, A. (November, 2013). Early understanding of equality. Teaching Children Mathematics, 20 (4), pp. 247-252.

Wearne, D. & Hiebert, J. (January, 1994). Place value and addition and subtraction. Arithmetic Teacher, pp. 272-274.

Wong, H., Wong, R., Rogers, K. & Brooks, A. (July, 2012). Managing your classroom for success. Science and Children, pp. 55-64.

Heck, T. W., & Bacharach, N. (2015, December 1). A better model for student teaching: Co-teaching helps universities and their school partners transform student teaching.. Educational Leadership73(4), 24–29.

Overbay, S. R., Brod,  M. J. (2007). Magic with Mayan mathMathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 12(6), pp. 340-347. 


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