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This valuable and entertaining compendium of Bill
Robertson’s popular “Science 101” columns, from
NSTA member journal Science and Children, proves
you don’t have to be a science geek to understand ...
5 E(z) Yet pHenomenal Steps
to Demystifying Magic
The chemical principles that explain the “science behind the magic” of color-
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Bonus Points Nicas’ education: BS, Biology and Chemistry; MS, Genetics; MPH, PhD,
Environmental Health Sciences
On the web:
American Industrial Hygiene Association (www.aiha.or...
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Science in the
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share with your
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Nutritionist Nutritionist Nutritionist Nutritionist Nut...
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The Science Teacher 14
October 2011, Tips for Teachers Just Starting Out Michael Romano
The New Teacher’s Toolbox
Making a name
for yourself is a
long process, but
there are ways to
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of COLLEGE SCIENCE TEACHING
So, Where’s the Guy
with the Cape
erhaps I’m dating myself with
this, but I when I think of an
“Editor,” I see Perry White
from the old (very old) Superman...
Pamela Petzel Snyder and
Sandra A. Stroot
Mark Y our
Seasonal checklist for surviving the first year
irst-year teachers with limited
experience sometimes have diffi-
culty managing the vast number
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• Scientific method
• Controlling variables
NSES Content Standards
(For Grades 5–8, Science as Inquiry)
As a result of activities in grade...
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29 ACTIVITIES LINKING SCIENCE WITH MATH, K–4
Science and Math on Television
Students certainly enjoy watching television, and they traditionally favor
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BY BOB RIDDLE
n July 29, 1958, President
Eisenhower signed into law
the National Aeronautics
and Space Act (see Resources). On
October 1, 1958, NASA officially...