4/1/2007 - Jody Stone
Students conduct radon testing in area homes to investigate air quality.
4/1/2007 - Brian Dempsey, David Hibbett, and Manfred Binder
One teacher’s RET experience working in a mycology lab.
4/1/2007 - Jennifer Miner, Leo Elshof, Anna Redden, and John Terry
An international program prepares students to lead environmental stewardship of the Gulf of Maine watershed.
4/1/2007 - Natalie Munn
Students team up with mentors to develop ways of attracting visitors to conservation properties.
4/1/2007 - Thomas W. Speitel, Neil G. Scott, and Sandy D. Gabrielli
Student inventions aid individuals with disabilities.
4/1/2007 - Lori Zaikowski and Paul Lichtman
Students carry out research projects to improve the environment in their communities.
3/1/2007 - Marcee Steele
Strategies to create positive experiences for students with learning problems in high school biology, Earth science, and chemistry classes.
3/1/2007 - Sandy Watson and Linda Johnston
Devices and services can help science students with a wide variety of needs.
3/1/2007 - Children's Book Council
Books published in 2006.
3/1/2007 - Miriam Westervelt
ELL students learn life science concepts through outdoor inquiry activities.
3/1/2007 - William Medina-Jerez, Douglas B. Clark, Amelia Medina, and Frank Ramirez-Marin
Practical considerations and support for instruction of English language learners.
3/1/2007 - Lori Zaikowski, Paul Lichtman, and Duncan Quarless
Keys to developing and sustaining a successful research program that inspires and benefits students and the community.
1/23/2007 - Jeff Marshall, Bob Horton, and Joyce Austin-Wade
Learning becomes valued and coherent when physics and mathematics are integrated.
1/23/2007 - Selina Vásquez-Mireles and Sandra West
This article gives suggestions for correlating science and mathematics.
1/23/2007 - Jennifer L. Craft and Jacqueline S. Miller
Students assume the roles of eight scientists to explore the atomic model.
1/23/2007 - Deborah Tieman and Gary Haxer
Students use jelly beans to explore natural selection.
1/23/2007 - Keely Flynn Connery
This article describes how to enhance students' higher-order thinking skills in science and mathematics.
12/30/2006 - Megan Hall and Georgia Brier
Current research on the adolescent brain may provide insight on how to create a more fruitful learning environment.
12/30/2006 - Deborah Lovrich
Neuropsychological research has added to the understanding of cognitive processes.
12/30/2006 - Kyle Frantz
Students learn about chemical separation and the detrimental effects of drugs on the brain.
12/30/2006 - MaryKay Orgill and Megan Thomas
Suggestions for using analogies in each phase of the 5E model.
12/30/2006 - Andrew Ferstl and Jamie L. Schneider
Inquiry activities for preservice teachers.
12/4/2006 - George C. Lisensky, Dana Horoszewski, Kenneth L. Gentry, Greta M. Zenner, and Wendy C. Crone
Students explore the effect that the nanoscale size and shape of molecules have on the macroscopic phase properties of a series of liquid crystals.
12/4/2006 - Olivia M. Castellini, George C. Lisensky, Jennifer Ehrlich, Greta M. Zenner, Wendy C. Crone
Through activities, students learn about two new allotropes of carbon important for nanotechnology.
12/4/2006 - Edward Cluett and Jessica Gould
Determining the pH of an intracellular compartment in protists.