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Internet Environments for Science Education by Philip Bell, Elizabeth A. Davis, Marcia C. Linn

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14Closing Thoughts: Internet Environments for Science Education

Marcia C. LinnUniversity of California, Berkeley

Elizabeth A. DavisUniversity of Michigan

Philip BellUniversity of Washington

Bat-Sheva EylonThe Weizmann Institute of Science

The effort to change science courses one inquiry project at a time started with the knowledge integration perspective on learning and with extensive research on technology in the classroom (Linn & Hsi, 2000). This prior work as well as the current research involved a collaborative partnership with expertise in all the relevant aspects of education. This research provides a head start on designing inquiry projects that could convert students into lifelong science learners.

The partnership used the metaprinciples ...

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