November 2007 Archives

University of Houston-Downtown’s START Summer Program is a blend of math and science curricula designed to encourage participation in the subjects. 9th to 12th grade Houston-area students spend three weeks attending classes, creating projects and taking field trips. CHEMSTART Students displaying their city-building project Field trip to Sea Center Texas Showing a snake skin during a field trip to the wetlands Nature hike in the Gulf Coast Bird Observatory BIOSTART group - Jon M. Aoki, Ed.D., assistant professor, department of Natural Sciences, Univ. of Houston-Downtown, Houston, Texas...


The student reporters on the Smoke Signals newspaper staff at Choctawhatchee High School in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, have a book club promoting the importance of reading and writing to elementary students. A journalism student listens as his second grade pal reads to him. The newspaper co-editor helps her pal complete a writing assignment. Smoke Signals staff artist and second grade friend, show off their pumpkin creation. -Linda Evanchyk, adviser forSmoke Signals newspaper, journalism teacher Choctawhatchee High School in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida....


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