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The Science Teacher—September 2019

Our legacy as science teachers revolves around the memories we make with our students. Make memories. Leave a legacy.

Julie Olson, Mitchell, South Dakota

Journal Article

Julie Olson, Mitchell, South Dakota

Inside the high school classroom ...

Careers Teacher Preparation Teaching Strategies

Exploring Cell Biology Through a Silent Teaching Film From 1929

Journal Article

Exploring Cell Biology Through a Silent Teaching Film From 1929

Exploring science and history with the Library of Congress ...

By KALEENA BLACK

High School Biology Instructional Materials

What Will Be Your Legacy as a Science Teacher?

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What Will Be Your Legacy as a Science Teacher?

Notes from the field editor ...

By Ann Haley Mackenzie

High School Teacher Preparation Teaching Strategies

The historically important equations of Newton, Ohm, and Planck

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The historically important equations of Newton, Ohm, and Planck

Building an understanding of physical principles ...

By Paul G. Hewitt

Physical Science Physics

Hurricane Season

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Hurricane Season

Science and current events ...

By Chris Anderson

Climate Change Earth & Space Science Instructional Materials News

Crosscutting Concepts as Productive Ways of Thinking

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Crosscutting Concepts as Productive Ways of Thinking

Tips and techniques for creative teaching ...

By Vicente Talanquer

High School Crosscutting Concepts NGSS Pedagogy

An Interview With Cognitive Scientist Lindsay Portnoy

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An Interview With Cognitive Scientist Lindsay Portnoy

Cognitive scientists study how people learn. This type of knowledge can be applied in a diverse array of fields, ranging from advertising to journalis...

By Luba Vangelova

High School Careers Interdisciplinary

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