One product of the Shell Education and Lesley University collaboration is Teaching to Text Complexity, from authors Mary Ann Cappiello and Erika Thulin Dawes. // #shelleducation and #lesleyuniversity are co-developing #new timely and topical resources! #classroomresources #professionaldevelopment #commoncore #ccss #contentareas #textevaluation #inquiry #math #science
This project correlates with my unit on forces and motion in my physical science middle school class. Over a span of three days, students design a car that will protect a raw egg from breaking when it hits the ground after being on a ramp. The students will then test and modify their design.
Integrating Engineering and Science in Your Classroom : Eric Brunsell | Science -- Study and Teaching (Elementary & Scondary); Engineering -- Study and Teaching (Elementary & Secondary); Multidisciplinary Approach | 507.1 Int
The February issue of Science Scope is now online! This month, we focus on the history and nature of science. Be sure to also check out our free article, "Career Simulations: Technology Tools That Support STEM Content and Motivation."
Science & Engineering Practices - the progression of the Science and Engineering Practice of Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information, followed by Performance Expectations that make use of this Science and Engineering Practice.
“Almost every teacher has faced the challenge of helping students make sense of some data set; many times, that teacher has sat there, scratched his or her head, and wondered how to help the students make sense of the data they collected.” (NSTA Press p. x) --Michael Bowen, Anthony Bartley
The November/December issue of the Journal of College Science Teaching is now online! Be sure to check out this issue's free article, "Teaching Quantitative Reasoning for Nonscience Majors Through Carbon Footprint Analysis." http://www.nsta.org/publications/browse_journals.aspx?action=issue&id=98068