BSL

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AcronymDefinition
BSLBritish Sign Language
BSLBreed Specific Legislation (dog breeds)
BSLBiosafety Level
BSLBusiness Services Ltd. (various locations)
BSLBrookdale Senior Living (Brentwood, TN)
BSLBachelors of Law (various schools)
BSLBusiness Systems Limited (various locations)
BSLBootstrap Loader (microprocessors)
BSLBsp List
BSLBusiness Standard Ltd. (India)
BSLBaby Sign Language
BSLBestseller List
BSLBenchmarks for Science Literacy (education)
BSLBlood Sugar Level
BSLBharati Shipyard Ltd. (India)
BSLWilliam S. Boyd School of Law (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
BSLBelow Sea-Level
BSLBeach Soccer League (various locations)
BSLBase Stock Level (Military inventory)
BSLBank of Sierra Leone
BSLBroad Street Line (Philadelphia subway)
BSLBusiness Strategies Limited (Trinidad)
BSLBuilding Setback Lines
BSLBarclays Stockbrokers Limited (UK)
BSLBest Straight Line
BSLBoyne Smelters Limited (QLD, Australia)
BSLBalto-Slavic (linguistics)
BSLBadger State Logistics (Waupun, WI)
BSLBasel, Switzerland - Basel (Airport Code)
BSLBachelor of Science in Law
BSLBeaver Scout Leader (UK scouting)
BSLBuilding Standards Law (various locations)
BSLBéatrice Saint-Laurent (French art gallery)
BSLBiohazard Safety Level
BSLBright Solutions Logistics (Saudi Arabia)
BSLBird, Stewart, and Lightfoot (chemical engineering book)
BSLBoost Software License (open source license)
BSLEuro Airport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (cirport code)
BSLBertinot Sanitaire Location (French portable restroom rental company)
BSLBoundary Scan Logic (semiconductors)
BSLBasic Switching Impulse Insulation Level
BSLBra Strap Length (hair length)
BSLBlue Starlight (comic)
BSLBiologic Space Labs (Metroid Fusion game)
BSLBlue Screen of Life (Windows NT boot screen)
BSLBaltic Sea Level
BSLBretagne Services Logistiques (French: Brittany Logistical Services; Brittany, France)
BSLBachelor of Sacred Literature
BSLBroadway Show League
BSLBatiment de Soutien Logistique (Marine)
BSLBachelor of Science in Linguistics
BSLBlue Sky Logistics
BSLBachelor of Science in Languages
BSLBureau de la Sécurité des Laboratoires (French: Security Bureau of Laboratories; Canada)
BSLBlood Service Letter (American Red Cross Biomedical Services)
BSLBasic Scripting Language
BSLBiological Scripting Language
BSLBasic Systems List
BSLBordeaux Saint Louis (French employment agency)
BSLBinary Segment Leader
BSLBusiness Section Layer
BSLBillards Services et Loisirs (French: Billiards and Recreation Services)
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The stories are followed by background material on their purpose, related concepts, projections of student actions, content background, related ideas from the National Science Education Standards and Benchmarks for Science Literacy, and ways to use them with different grades.
A study and discussion of the NAAE Guidelines for environmental education, as well as documents from other national organizations such as the Benchmarks for Science Literacy (American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS], 1993), would also help preservice teachers integrate new conceptual understandings into their present mental models.
Project 2061, launched in 1985 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), targeted the need for improved scientific literacy by establishing it as a goal for all school-aged children (AAAS 1990) and specifying the most important knowledge and skills necessary for elementary, middle and high school students in its landmark publication Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS 1993).
The interview protocol was developed based on Trexler's (2000) synthesis of AAAS's (1993) Project 2061 Benchmarks for Science Literacy and A Guide to Food and Fiber Systems Literacy Framework (Leising, 1998).
In preparing California's science content standards, the California State Board of Education and the Academic Standards Commission reviewed the National Science Education Standards, the Benchmarks for Science Literacy (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1994), and science standards and frameworks from numerous local school districts in California, from around the country, and from other nations with successful science-education programs.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (1993), Benchmarks for Science Literacy.
Building on resources that have come to AAAS through Project 2061 are Benchmarks for Science Literacy, which is an online access to Project 2061 Benchmarks; and an Atlas of Science Literacy: Mapping K-12 Science Learning.
The National Science Education Standards, Benchmarks for Science Literacy from AAAS's Project 2061, numerous national education policy documents, and Tennessee's published science education framework all recognize evolution's role as a unifying concept for science disciplines that provides students, including future scientists, with the foundation to help them understand the natural world.
Integration of technology and thinking skills through problem-based learning (PBL) is supported as an approach to science by standards such as the National Science Education Standards (National Research Council, 1996) the Benchmarks for Science Literacy (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1993) and a recent report on K-8 science education (National Research Council, 2007).
Benchmarks for Science Literacy (1993) defines what a scientifically literate adult should know.
Made linked these lessons to the goals of the university's science teacher preparation program, to the local science benchmarks for middle grades courses, and to the recommendations of the Benchmarks for Science Literacy (American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS], 1993).
This study examines how the Biology 101 curriculum at The Ohio State University, a non-major's course, was changing with regard to recommendations expressed in the National Science Education Standards (NSES) and Benchmarks for Science Literacy.