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See our Two-Year Community column for a description of a community college's interdisciplinary seminar course, Life in the Universe, that examines the question of "Are We Alone?" through multiple perspectives. Also read about a physics course for prospective teachers that integrates physics and literacy learning. Concerned about retaining students in STEM majors? Read about a study that examines the relationship between changing the pedagogy from lecture to Peer Instruction in an introductory physics course and student retention in STEM majors.
May/June 2013Vol. 42 No. 5
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Passionate about passivity
JCST received an overwhelming response to Editor Ann Cutler’s editorial “Creeping Passivity,” which appeared in the May/June issue. Join the discussion here.
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This four-page document should be given to students at the beginning of the school year to help them understand their role in ensuring a safe and productive science experience.
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You could win a trip to the NSTA National Conference on Science Education. Apply for NSTA Teacher Awards to showcase your hard work! At the college level, Vernier sponsors an award that provides $1,000 plus $1,500 in expenses to attend the national conference and $3,000 in Vernier products. In addition, the Carleton Award and the Distinguished Teaching and Service to Science Awards have niches for the college or university science educator.
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