NSTA Press authors offer a rich selection of fresh lessons and strategies in their newest books, and you can download samples from each of them through the online Science Store. From Patrick Brown’s Instructional Sequence Matters, Grades 3–5: Explore Before Explain, download the lesson “A Natural Storyline for Learning About Ecosystems” to help your third-grade students develop their ideas about living things and Earth’s systems.
If you’re seeking updated strategies on supporting students as they learn about natural selection and evolution, download “Science and Religion in Middle and High School Classrooms” from Joseph Shane and colleagues’ Making Sense of Science and Religion: Strategies for the Classroom and Beyond. This chapter guides teachers to open up the classroom by allowing students to examine the scientific evidence for evolution and how scientists explain that evidence through carefully constructed activities that keep the focus on understanding.
To preview all the newest NSTA Press books, visit the New Releases page and click over to each book’s page to “Read Inside.”
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Between now and October 31, 2019, receive free shipping on purchases of $75 or more with promo code SHIP19 when you order through the online Science Store. Browse our Fall 2019 digital catalog to see all of NSTA Press’s resources for grades K through college, including bestselling series and children’s trade books.
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NSTA Book Club Membership offers all the outstanding benefits of an individual, regular membership with our bestselling NSTA Press books. Members can select three books from a list of 30 NSTA Press top-sellers. These high-quality, award-winning titles span different grade levels and subject areas within science education. NSTA Book Club Membership is $130, which includes one year of NSTA membership and a savings of up to 50% off the list price of three books.
Join NSTA Press Authors for Workshops at a Fall 2019 NSTA Area Conference
Registration is open for NSTA Area Conferences this fall in Salt Lake City, Cincinnati, and Seattle. Join NSTA Press authors at all three area conferences this year for workshops inspired by their books and learn more about the strategies and lessons featured in our K–12 teaching resources.