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Does my Administrator Trust Me?

I am a first-year teacher at a high school listed as a priority to the district (i.e. school improvement needed). I like the school and the students but it seems like the administration is in my classroom all the time. … Continue reading

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Meaningful feedback

Our department chair is encouraging us to add comments to student writing assignments. This sounds time-consuming; I have more than 100 students in my Earth science classes. Would students even read my comments on lab reports or term papers? —Steve, … Continue reading

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20th century skills for the 22nd century and beyond!

“To know the road ahead, ask those coming back.” —Chinese Proverb A team of science educators has developed a new NSTA position statement acknowledging the value of 21st-century skills within the context of science education (available here). The statement advocates for … Continue reading

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Science 2.0 suggestions!

A blog (and column) works best when it focuses on community. We would love to hear your feedback and suggestions. Let us know if you want us to write about something specific. Also, we are always looking for cool tech … Continue reading

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