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Contributing Editors: Juliana Texley, Karen Reynolds, Lawrence F. Lowery, Sheila Marshall
Contributors: Hans O. Anderson, Rodger Bybee, Mike Clough, Michael DiSpezio, Jo Dodds,
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And Remember You Are Responsible
With each passing year, the role of the introductory college science instructor
becomes more important to society as the decisions ind...
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By Terry Kwan and Juliana Texley
A Guide for
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for Every Student
In elementary school, teachers meet each spring to carefully evaluate students and
create heterogeneous classes. But in m...
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Equipping Your Lab for Safety
By midsummer, Ms. M was eager to check on progress at Clement Street Middle
School, due to open in three weeks. She arrived just ...
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Essentials of Safer Storage
Like most delayed building projects, Midvale High School was completed only a
month before opening day. This meant the middle school staf...
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iddle school is the perfect setting for teaching life science. Students, be-
sides being lively themselves, are intensely interested in their own bodies,
reproduction, and other bio...
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Safer Teaching with Chemistry
Gee, you don’t look like the Nutty Professor, Merlin the Magician, or Snow White’s
stepmother complete with bubbling cauldron. Could yo...
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Falling for Science
Physical Science May Be Simpler
Than You Think
When Galileo watched the cathedral’s pendulum swing, no one feared it would fall
on someone’s head. Leonardo’s mod...
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