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#GoodThinking comes from good teaching – & good research! Watch our series about science in the classroom: http://s.si.edu/1Sx8DyO
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Meet Blossom the orchid, #GoodThinking’s biology guide: http://s.si.edu/29ZvOmr
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Meet Blossom the orchid, #GoodThinking’s biology guide: http://s.si.edu/29ZvOmr
"Go to your happy place" -- Blossom the Orchid Last week we debuted a new animated web series for science educators, Good Thinking! As I described in my launch-day post, the series is a character-driven exploration of research-based practices in science education.
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Learn more about the LASER model’s efficacy in systemically transforming science education. http://s.si.edu/1S3q3CF #i3
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Check out this seriously amazing STEM teacher!

Read: http://s.si.edu/2a2uMWE
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Check out this seriously amazing STEM teacher!

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Our free e-Book, Expedition: Insects is available on iPhone! Download here: http://s.si.edu/1SlcDhm
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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Science: A Work in Progress shows how science isn’t produced through one linear method. http://s.si.edu/1X10FjS
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Science: A Work in Progress shows how science isn’t produced through one linear method. http://s.si.edu/1X10FjS
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The Incredible Things a Hammerhead's Nose Can Do

Read more: http://s.si.edu/2anAylk
A hammerhead shark's scent organs are highly sophisticated. They're capable of detecting a single drop of fish oil in a body of water equivalent to an Olympic-size swimming pool.
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Ready to catch a wave…of teacher leadership? Accepting idea submissions for the Long Beach #TTLSummit until July 25! http://svy.mk/1XTcGXH
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Transforming Science Education since 1985!
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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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