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The goal of building knowledge in science is to develop general ideas, based on evidence, that can explain and predict phenomena, or observable events in the universe.

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Freebies and Opportunities for Science and STEM Teachers, February 27, 2024
 

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Teaching Through Trade Books: Advocating for Action

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Science 101: What is Light?

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Freebies and Opportunities for Science and STEM Teachers, January 9, 2024
 

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Teaching Students to Read Equations

The laws of nature are expressed in equation form in all physics courses. How these laws are taught can vary widely. In this article, I expand on prev...

 

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Q: What Can My Students See During the Upcoming Solar Eclipses?

A: It depends on where you are located. But first let’s briefly review what happens during a solar eclipse and clear up a few popular misconceptions...

 

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How Does Sound Travel in a String?

In Chinese science curriculum, the sound unit generally starts with observing various sound making phenomena and finding out that they all involve vib...

 

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The Astronomical Event of the Decade

On Saturday, October 14, 2023, and then again on Monday, April 8, 2024, sky gazers all across North America will experience what is arguably the most ...

 

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Making the Most of the Upcoming Solar Eclipse Double-Header

Eclipses of the Sun, where the Moon gets in front of the Sun and blocks its light, are among the most spectacular of natural events. The total eclipse...

 

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How it All Happened

A circle of fourth-grade students sit around Mrs. Ray, who shows videos and images of two natural events: large rocks that have fallen from a cliffsid...

 

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Freebies and Opportunities for Science and STEM Teachers, October 17, 2023
 

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Freebies and Opportunities for Science and STEM Teachers, October 10, 2023

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