Entries related to: science

A Snippet about NGSS Storylines

I am the type of person who likes to read the end of books… especially mysteries. I love to know...

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Communicating with Posters for All Learners

Brett Bigham supports teachers in differentiating their instruction. In this blog, he unpacks a...

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Learning about Complex Systems Using Modeling and Argumentation

Scientists use models to explain and predict phenomena in order to better understand our world....

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Sparking Joy in the Classroom with Student-Formulated Questions

Editor's Note: This is the first of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question Institue ...

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Soliciting Super STEM Resources!

Want to help us collect and share high-quality STEM resources to support our education...

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Creating Citizen Scientists: Connecting Students to the World

On the first day of school, science classrooms around the country welcomed back their...

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Active Learning: A Strategy for Science Sensemaking

That moment on the first day of school when a student comes into my classroom and says they hate...

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Engineering the End of the School Year

As students walk into class, they gather all their materials and get to work right away on their...

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Ecosystems: An NGSS-Designed Unit

Every teacher seeks opportunities to engage students, but how often do you have the opportunity...

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Family Fun with the Fathers of Science

My father is my hero, my inspiration, and one of several people I credit for my journey to...

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Dr. Stephen Pruitt: The Highest Distinction is Service to Others

Teacher appreciation is something I think about a lot. When I was in the classroom full time, I...

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End the Torture of Science Fairs

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Eliciting Engagement with Earth Day Every Day

A couple of years ago, the FIRST LEGO League robotics theme was “Trash Trek.” That was the year...

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The Adolescent Brain: A Big Gulp Of Executive Function

I wrote the book Attack of the Teenage Brain! Understanding and Supporting the Weird and...

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Oh, The Places You’ll Go! Embracing Virtual Journeys in Science

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Recognize the Importance of Your Team

I’m sure by now you’ve heard -- a brilliant star went dark in the cosmos.

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Shamrock Science: 3-D Learning with Clovers

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March Madness... Mammal Style

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It's Cold Outside: Ideas for Relatable Science & Student Engagement

So much science to know (Teacher, it’s cold outside.)

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5 Ways to Spur Student Growth and Opportunity Through Hands-On STEM

It may seem far down the line when we talk about career prospects for elementary school students...

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