Life Science: Session 1
SCIS 3+, Lawrence Hall of Science
SCIS 3+ consists of 13 units, and spans from Kindergarten through sixth grade. The concepts developed in each unit of SCIS 3+ are elaborated upon throughout the program. Students acquire a strong background for building scientific literacy, which enables them to make intelligent decisions about their environment and the world in which they live.
The original program, SCIS, integrated the learning theories of Jean Piaget. Using the Learning Cycle strategy, students are led to discover concepts through their investigations with a wide variety of manipulative materials and live organisms. Completely activity-based, the SCIS 3+ approach is based upon current research on how children learn. The SCIS approach to teaching science concepts and process skills has been proven through years of classroom use.
SCIS 3+ is a revision of the work of the Science Curriculum Improvement Study, which was developed at the Physics Department and the Lawrence Hall of Science of the University of California t Berkeley with the support of the National Science Foundation. Development of SCIS 3 + was supported and copyrighted by Delta Education. For more information, contact:
Delta Education, Inc.
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