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By Tom Smith Teaching can be a challenge, but budgeting to teach is often a downright pain. Teachers not only face small budgets and limited......
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By Josh Ence Join members of the Scratch online community on May 11th as they come together to share, create, and expand on new ways......
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By John Melville National DNA Day is on April 25th. This is an excellent opportunity for you to discuss the importance of DNA and to......
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by Rick Bush, Library & Instructional Technology Teacher, Stoller Middle School Students use the Go Direct Force and Acceleration Sensor to provide input and control......
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Earth Day is a perfect opportunity to get your students engaged in a conversation about conservation and sustainability. By incorporating hands-on activities and experiments that......
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by Nüsret Hisim It can be challenging to engage students in science activities, despite how exciting the lessons are. As an Education Technology Specialist at......
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Do you teach force and motion? Equipped with a load cell to measure force and both an accelerometer and gyroscope to measure motion, our is......
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“Let’s break some stuff, shall we?” Martin excitedly proclaims during his recent review of the (VSMT) on NSTA Recommends. Martin and his physics students at......
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In a recent two-part review on NSTA Recommends, reviewer and educator Martin Horejsi used the , students can easily and wirelessly collect a full wavelength......
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By John Melville Brain Awareness Week is March 11–17. This is an excellent opportunity for you to discuss the importance of neuroscience in your class......
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