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Tasty, beautiful, and intriguing science instruction?

December 22, 2011

Steve Spangler’s science website and blog has so many cool tools and resources for teachers. It should be bookmarked by science teachers and elementary educators as well.

A recent guest post by Kristin Fitch caught my attention because of the focus on different ways of learning in the science classroom. Differentiation is not only about teaching to student levels or abilities but about offering your classes many different ways of understanding content, seeing material, and showing understanding. This post on engaging young scientists may help some of you think of new experiences to provide in your K-12 classrooms.

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