[aisle] [*EXTERNAL*] Gale db for science classes?

Schauff, Kristine schauffk at rfhs301.org
Wed Nov 11 09:03:11 CST 2020

Yes,  our science department uses the High School, but more often they use
In Context: Science and Environmental Studies.  I can see though where the
opposing viewpoints would be useful in framing both sides of a scientific
Middle School database has been helpful with providing lower level reading
materials for fundamental students and classrooms.

*Mrs. Kristine Schauff,* Media Specialist

Rock Falls High School
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On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 8:54 AM Sullivan, Kathy via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> Maybe a dumb question:
> Does anyone whose schools utilize Gale in Context: High School or Gale in
> Context: Opposing Viewpoints find that these databases are useful to their
> science or math educators?
> If yes, any guidance would be helpful. Thanks!
> :) Kathy
> *Kathy Sullivan*
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