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Summarizes specific strategies that teachers use to help students think and communicate in science including quick writes, journals, and lab reports.
Summarizes the importance of incorporating available technology into classroom experiences making teachers—and their students—more successful.
Summarizes the importance of a positive attitude, leading a student to be more open to science, and develop more useful ideas and skills.
Whether you're growing cells or building a spaceship, you can wow judges by following these tips that have withstood the test of time.
Science fair projects come in all shapes and sizes, but they have some things in common. Here's a step-by-step look at what it takes to create a blue-ribbon project.
Want to create a project that stands out from the rest? Here are 10 qualities that teachers and judges look for.
Tips for parents on organizations and internet resources that you can use to help create an “active” learning environment for science, technology, engineering,
Discusses how technology can help to teach science standards. Includes sample resources and activities.
This article provides a short list of the different parts of the human eye with a definition of each.
Here are some fun home or classroom experiments to start young children thinking about plants in scientific ways.
A parent's guide top help kids become technologically literate. The importance of technology  and science in your child's education and life.
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