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  • Sensing Science online course

    Free Online Course for K-2 Teachers

    A new Sensing Science online course is open for enrollment for K-2 teachers. Learn how to take your students on an online journey of temperature and heat with our Land of Bump interactive online story. Facilitate authentic questioning and support students as they engage in the practices of science. Space for this course is limited. Apply now »

  • New JRST Study: To Customize or Not to Customize?

    New JRST Study:
    To Customize or Not
    to Customize?

    In the January 2016 Journal of Research in Science Teaching, we publish results of our study in "To Customize or Not to Customize? Exploring Science Teacher Customization in an Online Lesson Portal." We examined teacher customization of inquiry-based science lessons from an online lesson portal and found that students who completed teacher-customized lessons had greater improvements in science content understanding than students who completed non-customized lessons. Check it out now »

  • FETC 2016

    FETC 2016

    At the Future of Education Technology Conference in Orlando, January 12-15, Carolyn Staudt and Nathan Kimball presented how the Sensing Science project has made the science of temperature and heat accessible to younger students through sensors, molecular models and a story-based app. Learn more »

  • The Learning Portal: Hundreds of Free Digital Activities Using Models and Probes

    The Learning Portal: Hundreds of Free Digital Activities Using Models and Probes

    The December issue of the National Science Teachers Association Science Teacher features the Innovative Technology in Science Inquiry activities and resources in a new article: "The Learning Portal: Hundreds of Free Digital Activities Using Models and Probes." Check it out now! »

  • Understanding Algebra Graphs Using SmartGraphs

    Understanding
    Algebra Graphs
    Using SmartGraphs

    Free SmartGraphs activities help algebra teachers develop students' understanding of graphs, knowledge that everyone can use! Learn more in “Understanding Algebra Graphs Using SmartGraphs” in the December issue of Mathematics Teacher. Read more »

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