- Chemistry—iron titration, how to deal with dangerous chemicals, and what incoming freshman need to know;
- Earth Science—Friday, May 28th, being celebrated as the 2,595th “birthday of science,” and combining science with art;
- Elementary—lots of recommendations for books to use to teach the Simple Machines;
- Physical Science—conduction radiation activities;
- Physics—the discussion on grading and homework continues, as well as discussions on ferrorfluids.
In NSTA’s online professional learning communities, there is activity in the Tennessee Chapter group (discussing the implementation of a new state framework for science K–12), the Massachusetts chapter has posted their flyer on their upcoming conference, and don’t forget to download all the presentation resources for our Philadelphia Conference–even if you didn’t come, as a member of these communities, you can access all the handouts and session materials! Click here to access a short video that teaches you how to get the handouts.
On our “core site” (www.nsta.org): read about National Lab Day and get involved!
On Facebook, lots of videos and images being shared on fun experiments for families and microscopic imagery.
On LinkedIn, more direct posts from NSTA’s Career Center, and discussions on getting groundwater science education into schools.
And of course, on our Twitter stream, science educators are tweeting and re-tweeting the latest from NSTA Press!
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