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I used the whole Science 5 unit as we had NetBooks in the classroom. It allowed me to work with students individually. They could do much of it on their own. They could move ahead or take their time — working at their own pace.
Heather MacDonald, Devon, Alberta
Four Canadian High School Classes Engaged in Student Inquiry into Climate Change in their Communities
On June 4th, 2014, students from Alberta and Ontario participated in a collaborative videoconference about climate change.
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