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Synopsis: In the early 1800's, overcrowded conditions and an economic depression in the East pulled people to movewest to find a better life. Some people moved to Oregon country, where they could own land.
About the Author: James A. Shymansky, Ph.D. is an E. Desmond Lee Professor of Science Education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He currently directs the "Science Cooperatives Project," a five-year NSF systemic reform effort involving 1,200 elementary school teachers from 36 school districts in rural Missouri and Iowa. He has authored an elementary science textbook series and a K-12 science review series. He has also authored more than 100 research publications, book chapters, and monographs on elementary school science. He is the past editor of the Journal of Research in Science Teaching and currently senior editor of the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education and President-elect of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching.
Title: Theme Sets: Oregon
Publisher: National Geographic School Pub
Book Condition: Good
Book Description National Geographic School Pub, 2006. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP90999518