By Claire Reinburg
Posted on 2020-05-14
During Teacher Appreciation Week and every week, we are thankful to science teachers for their dedication and commitment to helping students explore, question, and learn more about the world. This month’s issue of Book Beat is our small gesture of thanks for all that you do!
We’ve collected lessons and teaching strategies featured in NSTA Press’s latest books into an e-book for science teachers to express our thanks to you. From Uncovering Student Ideas in Engineering and Technology to Integrating STEM Teaching and Learning Into the K–2 Classroom, Novel Engineering K–8, and Discovery Engineering in Biology, 6–12, you’re sure to find a lesson or strategy right for your classroom. For additional resources, visit our updated page of hundreds of sample lessons and activities you can download. The resources are organized by grade level across subject areas in life sciences, physical science, and Earth and space science.
We’re celebrating spring by offering special savings. Between now and May 31, 2020, receive free shipping on orders of $75 or more of NSTA Press books by entering promo code SHIP20 at checkout in the online Science Store. Browse the newest books and bestsellers in our NSTA Recommends Spring 2020 catalog, and you might just find your next must-have NSTA Press book.
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