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Year: 1995 – Province: British Columbia
Danielle Clermont has made extraordinary efforts to ensure that her students at Marlborough Elementary School in Burnaby, British Columbia, get hands-on experience putting scientific principles to work. Her Grade 4 classes regularly carry out such activities as building and launching rockets and comparing the density of bones from different animals. These activities occur as part of several integrated units, such as the one described here, that bring sciences, language arts and other subjects together.