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Transform Misconceptions into Understanding
through Inquiry-Based Exploration
How does an animal grow larger—cell growth? cell reproduction?
Each of its cells divides repeatedly, producing two new cells each time.
What is inside bubbles when water boils—air? water molecules? nothing?
Water molecules. Boiling maintains the identity of a water molecule.
Winner of the 2014 Teachers’ Choice Award, Pathways: Science is an online, interactive approach to teaching the scientific method in grades 6, 7, and 8. Its framework is ideal for project-based learning, teacher-led instruction, and STEM programs.
Focus on Misconceptions Systematically
With 100 lessons tied to the curriculum, Pathways: Science uses a consistent Predict-Investigate-Conclude process that promotes inquiry-based learning, critical thinking, and conceptual change.
Support Next Generation Science, Common Core ELA, and State Standards
Students learn to reach conclusions by comparing and contrasting information, determining central ideas, evaluating arguments, and analyzing evidence.
Integrate Content Easily with Teacher Support Tools
Extensive lesson guidance—flexible lesson plans, searchable standards correlations, and worksheets—saves preparation time for teachers.
Awards And Accolades
“…easy to manage classes, track student progress, search for lessons by standards and implement effective inquiry-based lessons.”
—Tech & Learning, January 2014
“Highly Recommended ”
—Library Media Connection, September 2012
“…an excellent curricular support service for the middle school…Recommended.”
—Internet@Schools, June 2012
Common Core Standards
- Read and comprehend informational texts.
- Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse forms of media.
- Integrate quantitative or technical information expressed in words in a text with a version of that information expressed visually (e.g. in a flowchart, diagram, model, graph, or table).
- Compare and contrast the information gained from experiments, simulations, video, or multimedia sources with that gained from reading a text on the same topic.