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Holly Walter Kerby presented a story titled "Mary Ryan is Never Wrong" during The Mole Storytelling Jam held as part of BCCE 2018. Listen to her podcast.
Kristen Drury presented a story titled "Finding Your Niche" during The Mole Storytelling Jam held as part of BCCE 2018. Listen to her podcast.
Marie Gallardo-Williams presented a story titled "It's Not You, It's Me" during The Mole Storytelling Jam held as part of BCCE 2018. Listen to her podcast.
Tom Kuntzleman presented a story titled "Charred Marshmallow Souffle" during The Mole Storytelling Jam held as part of BCCE 2018. Listen to his podcast.
The Journal of Chemical Education announces a call for papers for an upcoming special issue on Reimagining Chemistry Education: Systems Thinking, and Green and Sustainable Chemistry.-
I recently did a short activity with these cards and I am so glad I have them now. Being able to quickly take them out and have students look at the features of strong scientific arguments when they felt stuck writing their evidence or reasoning was powerful.
NSF is looking for exciting ideas for future themes in fundamental science, engineering and STEM education research.
Do you have an idea? Enter the #NSFIdeaMachine.
This year's STANYS Conference will be held at the Riverside Convention Center in Rochester NY on November 3-5, 2018.
It’s the beginning of a brand new school year, and a brand new opportunity to capture students’ interest in chemistry and the joy of lab-based sciences! In thousands of chemistry classrooms across the country, teachers will be planning labs, demos, and ways to have students be engaged and excited about learning.
Is your school district providing OSHA required safety training to teachers and other staff that will be in the science labs in your building?