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Instructor Randy Frederickson shows off two owl pellets at Willmar Middle School. Seventh-grade students are dissecting the pellets in class. (Tribune photo by Gary Miller)

Willmar students experience 'real science' in hands-on exploration

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Computers and modern technology are important tools in school science labs.

They allow students to accurately track changes in temperature, for instance. Things like virtual frog dissection save money.

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But get-your-hands-dirty scientific exploration is still popular with kids.

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Linda Vanderwerf

I cover education issues for the West Central Tribune and have worked for the paper since 1995. I have worked in journalism since 1981.

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(320) 214-4340
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