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COLLECTION: NYT Blog & Green Teaching Resources

HAPPY EARTH DAY PEOPLE OF OUR HOME PLANET! I'm a big fan of Earth Day. Of late, I've been living that cliché of making every day Earth D…

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QUESTION: Where are great online resources for slightly rusty Biology Teachers?

HELP! I am about to re-enter the classroom after being in a professional development role for the last 8 years, as a 10th grade Living Envi…

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STEM-HISTORY: The Untold Story of the Secret Mission to Seize Nazi Map Data

Great STEM story explaining a bit about how the birth of GPS links to a quirky team who showered Europe in search of Nazi map data... The w…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Dec 30, 2019

WINNERS: AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science

See How a D.C.-based nonprofit supports scientific learning for kids of all ages and ... From wall-climbing robots to dinosaur digs, this…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Dec 30, 2019

RESEARCH: Can Biology Class Reduce Racism?

We'd love to hear from you: What #NGSS Nature of Science connections come to mind when reading this article on race and biology class? Can…

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0 Dec 28, 2019

RESEARCH A Dating App that Matches Users Based on their DNA.

Utopia or dystopia, what could possibly go wrong ... A geneticist at Harvard Medical School is working on a dating app that matches users b…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Dec 28, 2019

RESEARCH: New Study Challenges The Assumption That Math Is Harder For Girls

New Study Challenges The Assumption That Math Is Harder For Girls https://t.co/FdduPdCYLv — NPR Science Desk (@nprscience) November 8, 2019

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0 Dec 3, 2019

FEATURE: The Science of studying the data stored in tree rings

The science of studying the data stored in tree rings, or dendrochronology, is booming as researchers examine historical patterns to determ…

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0 Sep 3, 2019

CHARTS: Decoding the Teenage Brain

Teenagers aren't irrational. They don't think they're invincible. And it's never just drama for drama's sake. Here's what the science says…

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0 Sep 3, 2019

AUDIO: The Scoop on Poop @ Chicago's Beaches

Will someone please teach with this and let me know if it moves (see what I did there?) your class? Today, a water sample taken at South Sh…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 16, 2019

TED-ED: Secret Language of Trees

NEW VIDEO: How trees partner with another species to create their own underground internet: https://t.co/HzJLeyVfIo pic.twitter.com/54V9tus…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 11, 2019

PROTECTIONS: US air quality is slipping after years of improvement

Call me old fashioned but clean air and clean water (and ideally mitigating a catastrophic climate crisis) should be an area of strong, con…

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0 Jun 29, 2019

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