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Transforming Science Education since 1985!
Transforming Science Education since 1985!

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#OTD man walked on the moon for the first time. Read more about the Apollo 11 mission here http://s.si.edu/2a4ziQa
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Smithsonian Science Education Center curriculum highlighted by Simba's "K-12 Science Market and STEM Outlook Report 2018"

Read more: http://s.si.edu/2s89Ffp
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#TipTuesday - Have students record questions and answers in student notebooks. http://s.si.edu/2w4eGqk
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Advancements in technology have made digital science learning popular in many school districts. But, even as tech plays an important role in the science classroom, it’s important to approach learning from a multimodal perspective.

Learn more: http://s.si.edu/2DyXXLZ

#STEM
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It is #NationalBirdDay!

Did you know that homing pigeons are famous for being able to navigate long distances? They were so reliable that they were used in World War I and World War II to deliver messages over enemy lines. How did they do this? http://s.si.edu/2lUvmcr
How Do Birds Navigate?
How Do Birds Navigate?
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Our curriculum and free resources can be filtered by type, grade, and topic so that you can find exactly what you are looking for. http://s.si.edu/1OfLRYh

#SciEd #EdChat
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It takes Earth about 365.25 days to complete one entire revolution around the Sun, which gives us 1 year.

http://s.si.edu/2kTQXBo

#HappyNewYear
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OTD in 1831, Charles Darwin set sail on his voyage of scientific discovery aboard the HMS Beagle. From the observations he made and the specimens he collected on that voyage, Darwin developed his theory of biological evolution through natural selection. http://s.si.edu/2BLPYO7
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Happy Friday!

#science #joke
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Some people think that the seasons occur because of Earth’s distance from the Sun.

However, Earth is closer to the Sun in December and January and farther away from the Sun in July and August. So what’s going on? http://s.si.edu/2B8ZuHd

#WinterSolstice
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