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The Science Teacher—March/April 2022

TST cover March/April 2022


March/April 2022
Volume 89, Number 4
This issue of The Science Teacher focuses on phenomena in the science classroom. Curiosity is one of my favorite words and a theme that guides my teaching at all times. I want my students to be curious. I want to reawaken the curiosity that school often drums out of them. As Edith Wharton said, “Beware of monotony; it’s the mother of all deadly sins.” How, as science teachers, do we ensure monotony is an unwelcome visitor to our classrooms? One answer is by having a phenomenon-driven science classroom.
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