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The Science Teacher—March 2020


The Science Teacher March 2020

Volume 87, Number 7

Making science come alive and having students address critical social issues creates a more socially just environment, where all students truly are created equal.

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By Chris Anderson

High School Biology Life Science Technology

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Novel Coronavirus

In this secondary-level lesson, students will generate and prioritize questions about the novel coronavirus and evaluate scientific and/or technical i...

By William Reed

High School Biology Instructional Materials Is Lesson Plan Lesson Plans Life Science

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From Surviving to Thriving

By Anna Bahnson, Jesse Wilcox, Jerrid Kruse, and Timothy Schou

High School Inclusion NGSS Pedagogy

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Science in Socio-Scientific Issues

By Jaimie A. Foulk, Patricia J. Friedrichsen, and Troy D. Sadler

High School Interdisciplinary Pedagogy Teaching Strategies

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Advancing Alloys

The manufacture of metal alloys is ubiquitous, yet infrequently discussed in high school coursework as concepts related to them are often too comple...

By Christina Polcino, Billyjack Jory, Jean Sabety, Laura Grenot Jones, Jared Ashcroft, and Brandon Rodriguez

High School Chemistry Earth & Space Science Labs

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