In this lesson students will learn that different groups of people may have different rules by developing classroom rules.
This lesson helps students better recognize and understand how groups influence the behavior of their members through rules and expectations.
In this lesson, students will explore systems; they will think about their schools as systems, focusing on a social rather than scientific understanding of the concept.
Science in the Classroom is a collection of annotated research papers and accompanying teaching materials designed to help students understand the structure and workings of professional scientific research.
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