To improve students' science literacy and knowledge, our school decides to increase quality live science demonstrations and experiments. What resources (not monetary) do we need to increase live demonstrations and experiments? What data do we need to continuously evaluate this initiative?
To increase the quality of live science demonstrations, educators might need more diverse materials, like Bunsen burners and voltmeters, more technology to share the experience with students, like screen sharing and projectors, and a larger space. To continuously evaluate the initiative, educators might survey students to assess comprehension and engagement. To do this, they would have to know what resources the school had before the initiative, what resources were added, and how many students attended demonstrations.
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