Look, kids! Science!
byposted on 7:47 AM, June 24, 2017
This article by Adam Ruben from the journal Science looks at the value of demos in generating curiosity in young children.
Check out the Exhibitors for MnCOSE17! posted on 8:12 AM, June 22, 2017
-- These exhibitors will be ready for you at MnCOSE17 in St. Cloud. -- -- Come to check them out! --
Online Teacher Resources from tpt
byposted on 1:28 PM, June 20, 2017
Science and Engineering Resources for Teachers Thousands of free, high-quality videos, lesson plans, and other digital resources for your science classroom, all aligned to Next Generation Science Standards...
Nice Online Graphic Energy Resource posted on 7:00 AM, June 20, 2017
This is a tool to help explain how a variety of energy sources work. There are nice animations and written descriptions to accompany them. The science appears to be sound. Have a look - these could...
byposted on 1:04 PM, June 19, 2017
NSTA's Office of Legislative Affairs has developed a PDF about the new federal education act, ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act). It is everything one needs to know about this new law "plus where...
NASA Glenn Engineering Design Challenges - Let your voice be heard!
byposted on 9:40 AM, June 10, 2017
Help determine future NASA Engineering Design Challenges
Climate Change Resource
byposted on 11:43 AM, June 9, 2017
View or download a publication from the Paleontological Research Institution titled "The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change"
Improving Science Teaching
by Ed Hesslerposted on 10:00 AM, June 8, 2017
Read a conversation between NPR's Eric Westervelt and Nobel Prize winner in physics Carl Weiman as they discuss Weiman's book Improving How Universities Teach Science: Lessons from the Science Education...
Post your Science Teaching Job Openings on MnSTA
by MnSTAposted on 10:44 AM, June 7, 2017
MnSTA is now posting science teaching job openings on its website. There is no cost to post or to check openings. Check it out here.