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Literacy Doesn’t Just Mean Reading

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Join our mailing list for information about our initiatives, news about science education, and opportunities for world class professional development. * Email Address. * First Name. * Last Name. Street. City. Select a state/province. Select a state/province, Alabama, Alaska, Alberta, Arizona ...
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We took part in the 2015 Japan-U.S. Teacher Exchange Program for Education for Sustainable Development!

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Stink bugs are EVERYWHERE! Watch videos, see pictures, and learn more in our free eBook, Expedition: Insects!

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We took part in the 2015 Japan-U.S. Teacher Exchange Program for Education for Sustainable Development!

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We're hiring! We're currently in search of a Finance Manager! Apply: http://s.si.edu/1cTV3E1
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We took part in the 2015 Japan-U.S. Teacher Exchange Program for Education for Sustainable Development!

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Have Cats Been Domesticated?

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When did we start getting cuddly with cats? And have those tabbies really been tamed? In this one-minute video, Ask Smithsonian host Eric Schulze investigates the surprising history and science behind today’s house cat
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What happens when ocean currents & air masses interact? Find out in Weather Lab! Designed for students & teachers! http://s.si.edu/1JkCB4y
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See this cute red panda and more in Shutterbugs: Wiggle and Stomp!

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We had the honor and pleasure to host 14 visiting educators from Japan.

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Using Technology with Professional Learning Communities.

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Smithsonian Science Education Center provides science education leadership development to:

  • Build awareness for science education among leaders;
  • Help develop science education leadership for groups from school districts and states;
  • Conduct programs that support the professional growth of teachers; and
  • Develop exemplary science instructional materials.
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