Successful Student Group Interaction

Successful Student Group Interaction

Group work helps students build skills and is critical in helping a student-driven program succeed. However, group work can be challenging to manage. Lack of accountability of individuals within a...
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This is what a scientist looks like

This is what a scientist looks like

We recently read a great conversation between middle school science teachers sharing ideas on how to help all students see themselves reflected in science. It’s an important thing to consider...
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Creating community in your classroom

Creating community in your classroom

One commonality across all new classrooms, from elementary to university, is in the gathering of individuals who hope to find a space of belonging. This initial time together is an...
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DQB Webinar from March 2021

DQB Webinar from March 2021

Click on the links below to access the content provided in the Lab-Aids webinar, Driving Questions Boards! Each will open in a new tab. DQB template - Padlet DQB Jamboard...
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Yes, REdesigned for the NGSS

Yes, REdesigned for the NGSS

Rather than needing to start from scratch, Issues and Science and Science and Global Issues: Biology were built on years of experience in curriculum development, research on best-practice in science...
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CRISPR in the Classroom

CRISPR in the Classroom

CRISPR-Cas9 is the gene-editing breakthrough technology that led to emerging innovations like more productive crops, a shape-shifting material that could help diagnose disease and deliver targeted medications, and even a...
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Intentional Student Interaction in Remote Learning

Intentional Student Interaction in Remote Learning

How does a "hands-on" science publisher pivot to 100% online learning during a global pandemic? Answer - an amazing community of teachers, dedicated and knowledgeable staff, and of course, a...
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