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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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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

TED-ED: Secret Language of Trees

NEW VIDEO: How trees partner with another species to create their own underground internet:…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 11

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

RESEARCH: Music, Aging & Memory

This would be an interesting writing prompt ... If you begin to experience the profound memory losses associated with aging, research has s…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 29

IDEA: Genetics Lessons Can Spark Racism in Students. This Change Can Prevent It

"teaching... more nuanced information about genetic similarities and differences among people and multifactorial genetics in disease signif…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 21

RESEARCH: Gender norms and STEM: the importance of friends for stopping leakage from the STEM pipeline

Longitudinal data from Netherlands: girls more likely to exit STEM pipeline if their friends have traditional views of gender roles (open)…

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0 Jun 21

RESEARCH: The Impossibly Cute Pika's Survival May Say Something About Our Own Future

Biologist Chris Ray says she’s seen a recent decline in the number of pikas in parts of a Montana canyon where she's been studying them for…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 20

UN REPORT: Humans Accelerating Extinction of Other Species

A new @UN scientific report warns of devastating loss to #biodiversity as a combination of global warming, deforestation, unsustainable foo…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 17

RESEARCH: How Safe is Sunscreen?

To what degree are chemicals applied to the skin absorbed into the body, and what are the possible effects of those chemicals?

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 10

CASE STUDY: Superbugs and the #Public Health Threats They Pose.

.@IrwinRedlenerMD discusses superbugs and the #publichealth threats they pose. — ColumbiaPublicHealth (@ColumbiaMSP…

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0 Jun 9



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