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Science classes enable students in grades 9-12 to develop the critical-thinking skills required to make informed decisions about public policy, evaluate claims made in the media, talk to their doctors, and navigate an increasingly technological world.

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Freebies and Opportunities for Science and STEM Teachers, July 16, 2024
 

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Clear Creek ISD_Making Sense of 3D Teaching and Learning

Making Sense of Three-Dimensional Teaching and Learning - Designing High-Quality Instructional Materials. Workshop for Clear Creak ISD - 7.11.24...

 

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Some Physics of Wheels and Tires

Focus on Physics...

 

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Exploring the Favorites in Science Education Issue

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Teaching about the Critical Role of Key Scientific Institutions

Fact or Faux?...

 

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Geology from a Beaker: Student Activities in Earth Science

Student activities based on deposition in a beaker introduce Walther’s Law, which states that, if uninterrupted, vertical deposition is duplicated i...

 

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Coral Diseases: Incorporating Scientific Research and Authentic Learning into the High School Science Classroom

This article discusses an innovative approach to science education focused on engaging students through authentic learning experiences and hands-on ac...

 

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Blockbuster Science: Checking our positions

Media has always played a significant role in shaping education. Visual cues and observable phenomena brought to life on screens or through vivid and ...

 

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Finding Zero: Exploring Mathematical Models with Pendulum Paintings

Pendulum paintings are fun to make and fascinating to observe in process, but they can be used to model real scientific analysis using messy data. In ...

 

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Going Beneath the Surface: Using Socioscientific Issues to Explore Human Impacts on Soil

Socioscientific issues (SSIs) can help students think about the moral and ethical issues related to science. When SSI issues are based on local phenom...

 

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Skulls & Scatterplots: Students Analyze Sloth Body Size Variation in the Bocas del Toro Island Region

In this unit, students explore the phylogeography of three-toed sloths (Bradypus pygmaeus and Bradypus variegatus) endemic to the Bocas del Toro islan...

 

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Freebies and Opportunities for Science and STEM Teachers, July 9, 2024

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