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Crime Scene Soil Investigation

This article “Crime Scene Soil Investigation,” in the NSTA journal Science and Children by Cynthia Deaton and Sarah Simms, is about having students learn through mobile learning. 293 more words

Earth Science

Will You March for Science?

On Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, 2017, scientists across the United States will do something they don’t generally like to do. They will leave their labs, their field study sites, their university classrooms and travel to Washington D. 1,092 more words

The ReWilding Project for NSTA

The video overview (2m40s), thanks Marshall! and here’s the PowerPoint Presentation

Here is the rationale for the whole project in the blog post “ 389 more words


Top CyberSecurity News For 14th May 2016

  1. Understanding the DHS US-CERT Alert on SAP CybersecurityFrom Onapsis. On May 11, 2016, the first-ever US-CERT Alert for cybersecurity of SAP business applications was released by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to forewarn the cybersecurity community about the significance and implications of an SAP vulnerability, which was patched by SAP over five years ago, that is being leveraged to exploit SAP systems of many large-scale global enterprises.

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Teacher Spotlight: Jonathan Trebble-Greening

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) recognized Jonathan Trebble-Greening from Uplift Luna High School for his tenacity as a science teacher in his first five years. 479 more words

Our People

NSTA16.. First Presentation

Wow I’m always really impressed by this conference. Between the number of presentations, meetings, focus groups and attendees it has be an huge deal fro me. 600 more words

Teacher Workshop

#NSTA16 - Day 4

Day 4 of the NSTA conference was my last full day in the wonderful city of Nashville.

Session 1 of the day was focused on the use of exercise books: ‘Science Notebooks: Tools to Develop Scientific Practices and Student Learning’. 1,161 more words

Teaching And Learning