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WISE: The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment

WISE: The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment Enter a place where students and teachers can examine real world current science controversies, such as "Global Warming: Virtual Earth." The students may take notes and discuss their ideas. This National Science Foundation-supported site offers
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WISE: The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment


Enter a place where students and teachers can examine real world current science controversies, such as "Global Warming: Virtual Earth." The students may take notes and discuss their ideas. This National Science Foundation-supported site offers projects in many areas such as biology, chemistry, engineering, and even inquiry methods. Some projects are in other languages as well. This site requires registration, which is free.

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