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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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A Second Look at the Kinetics of the Iron−Oxygen Reaction: Determination of the Total Order Using a Greener Approach A. M. R. P. Bopegedera (The......
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Lacey Hoosier of Buckeye High School in Rapides Parish, Louisiana, was the 2018 recipient of the National Association of Biology Teachers’ NABT Ecology/Environmental Science Teaching......
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For the third consecutive year, Vernier Software & Technology is partnering with the National Science Education Leadership Association (NSELA) to award six educators with a......
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We are excited to announce a new sensor for physics—. With our first-ever wireless photogate, you get better-than-stopwatch timing accuracy of a cart traveling eight......
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Improved Gay-Lussac Experiment Considering Added Volumes Nelson Kilmer and Joel D. Krehbiel (Hesston College, Kansas); The Physics Teacher, 57, January, 2019, pp 21-25. Pressure sensors......
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STREAM Girls, a new outdoor STEM program for girls, is a partnership between Trout Unlimited and the Girl Scouts of America. Using water quality testing......
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We’re “stoked” about the addition of fluorescence to the latest version of Spectral Analysis®. It allows students to see the Stokes shift between the absorption and emission spectra.

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by Nüsret Hisim Nüsret Hisim is an Education Technology Specialist at Vernier and a former science teacher. Watch his webinar, Using Technology to Excite Students......
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