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Give us a thumbs-up at SXSWedu to vote for our panel on "Good Thinking! The Science Of Teaching Science"! Voting ends tomorrow!

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Meet the (flea) beetles! New species: http://s.si.edu/1N58Khe
Nausea, vomiting and weakness are but a few of the symptoms one might anticipate after eating leaves from the Taiwanese shrub Erycibe henryi. This wild …
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Getting ready for back-to-school?

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Getting ready for back-to-school?

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Heading #backtoschool? So is Ms. Reyes, the star of our #GoodThinking series.

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Our free eBook for iOS features videos, interactives, & coloring pages.

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Giant deadly hornets, gorgeous fluttering butterflies and stealthy crawling stink bugs: readers cannot tear their eyes away from these fascinating creatures. They can discover...
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How do scientists track and monitor blue crab populations in the Chesapeake Bay?

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Biomimicry may hold the key to the science of the future–and to a few classroom lessons. http://s.si.edu/1NXAViU
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Biomimicry may hold the key to the science of the future–and to a few classroom lessons. http://s.si.edu/1NXAViU
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Our free eBook for iOS features videos, interactives, & coloring pages.

Download: http://s.si.edu/1Bductg

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Giant deadly hornets, gorgeous fluttering butterflies and stealthy crawling stink bugs: readers cannot tear their eyes away from these fascinating creatures. They can discover...
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Extinct dolphin species discovered by examining fossil fragments from Panama.

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"Attack the Knack" investigates student motivation in science.

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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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