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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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Lincoln Buenos Aires - May 2024

Resources to support May 2024 mentoring sessions...

 

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Freebies and Opportunities for Science and STEM Teachers, May 21, 2024
 

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Lincoln Buenos Aires - May 2024

Resources to support May 2024 mentoring sessions...

 

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NSTA Joins Advocacy Efforts for FY 25 Federal Funding
 

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Teacher Spotlight: Jenna Halsey

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Collaborative Learning and Andy Weir’s Project Hail Mary

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The Galileo Gambit

Fact or Faux?...

 

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The First and Most Important Day of Class

Focus on Physics...

 

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Fostering Inclusive Collaboration: Strategies to Disrupt Inequities in Student Groupwork

This paper examines challenges in student groupwork, emphasizing the impact of collaborative learning dynamics on outcomes. Addressing uneven particip...

 

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Group Learning Routines as a tool to build equitable learning experiences in a Biology classroom

The vision behind the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) is that all students engage in explaining phenomena and designing solutions with three-...

 

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Early Retirement: Making Sense of Patterns in Historical Data of Retired Hurricanes

Long after a hurricane passes over and through any region or coastal area, the memories of it often linger. There may be visual reminders of the storm...

 

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BEE Ambassadors for Pollen

This lesson allows students to engage in sense-making through the cross-cutting analysis of the form and function of pollen, carried by pollinators. S...

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