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Conference Exhibit Hall

One of the conference highlights is visiting the exhibits—a great way to preview materials or software, create a wish list of equipment, add to a professional library, or meet new people. Many vendors have give-aways such as maps, pens, rulers, … Continue reading

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Models and modeling

When I’m at an NSTA conference, I try to attend a session on a topic about which I know very little. This time, I saw a session entitled Epigenetics: Beyond the Central Dogma. After a brief discussion of research on … Continue reading

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New roles for teachers

Two of the sessions I attended today were presented by classroom teachers who have found new ways to develop their leadership skills. Lindsay Knippenberg, a science teacher from Michigan, is an Einstein Fellow with NOAA. In her presentation she shared … Continue reading

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Welcome to Baltimore

NSTA must be in Nature’s good graces, because this was a perfect day to arrive in Baltimore for the area conference—blue skies and warm (for November) temperatures. Some of the eateries near the Inner Harbor are still using their outdoor … Continue reading

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