Category Archives: Research in Science Education

Effective utilization of tech tools

Effective utilization of tech tools By: Hayley Johnson We educators know how prevalent technology is becoming in classrooms. Students have Chromebooks, laptops, desktop computers, handheld mobile devices, tablets, and probably more technology that we have never used before in the … Continue reading

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An Interesting Perspective: Round 2

Howdy Bloggers,   We’re back! I hope everyone’s 2018 is off to a great start! An Interesting Perspective has big things planned for the year, and we hope you check back in each week to stay up to date. This … Continue reading

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Can We Differentiate Ourselves?

One of the many challenges that we as pre-service teachers tend to face is the self-doubt that we may not be good teachers.  That aching, nagging feeling that is deep in your stomach and when you do something wrong or … Continue reading

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Question Everything You Think You Know

The quote above, in my opinion, encompasses a core value in STEM! STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is about using prior-knowledge to make sense of the world. It involves questioning what you already know to discover and learn more! In … Continue reading

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Diary of a Wimpy Teacher

I’m curious to know how many people have a diary. It doesn’t have to be a physical one, with fluffy pink edging and “MADDIE’S JOURNAL” written across in giant, sparkly letters (though, if there are any Maddie’s who have that, … Continue reading

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Child Leaders

  Which of these beaches would you rather go to? Unfortunately, more of our beaches are becoming like the littered beach on the left. Humans have been leaving a path of destruction on our beaches. The article The Effects of an … Continue reading

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Science Impacts Everyone; Everyone Can Impact Science

Multiple hurricanes, earthquakes, California is on fire but JIM INHOFE HAD A SNOWBALL IN THE SENATE ONCE, WHAT CLIMATE CHANGE??? pic.twitter.com/UbQPdi5KN7 — Courtney Ste-Croix (@CDNwanderer88) September 8, 2017 Yes, in this week’s blog, I am throwing it back to 2015, … Continue reading

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