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A unifying concept in science, evolution asserts that nature has a history and that change through time has and continues to occur. Evolution is emphasized in teaching scientific disciplines with a historical component, like biology.

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Why Teach Evolution?

Why teach evolution? Evolution isn’t just a unifying concept that connects elements of the natural world: It’s also the link among science, our st...

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Science and Religion in Middle School and High School Classrooms

This chapter is at the heart of the conflict around teaching evolution—the classrooms of middle and high school teachers. Our overall approach gives...

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Research and Teaching: Building Bridges: An Active Learning Lesson in Evolution and Collaboration

The authors describe an activity in which teams build bridges using common office supplies. ...

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Evolutionary Relationships Argument
 

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Freebies for Science Teachers, Week of July 3, 2020
 

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In Evolution Education, State Science Standards Matter
 

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A Coat of Many Colors
 

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The Game of Life and Death
 

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Why Teach Evolution?

Why teach evolution? Evolution isn’t just a unifying concept that connects elements of the natural world: It’s also the link among science, our st...

 

NSTA Press Book

Making Sense of Science and Religion: Strategies for the Classroom and Beyond

The authors of Making Sense of Science and Religion believe that addressing interactions between science and religion is part of all science educators...

 

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Why Don’t Antibiotics Work Like They Used To?

Why don’t antibiotics work like they used to? is an NGSS-aligned storyline developed by the Next Generation Science Storylines Project that focuses ...

 

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Using Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning (CER) Strategy to Improve Student Learning

This past school year, I used claim, evidence, reasoning (CER) statements to show three-dimensional learning in my classroom. Several tools are availa...

 

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I Live Where I Live Because...

In order to survive in an environment, organisms have many different physical characteristics that help regulate their temperature, move, find food, a...

 

NSTA Press Book

Uncovering Student Ideas in Life Science, Volume 1: 25 New Formative Assessment Probes

Winner of the Distinguished Achievement Award from Association of Educational Publishers! Author Page Keeley continues to provide K–12 teachers w...

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