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STEM Education Teaching and Learning NSTA

Details: STEM education programs should be grounded in the tenets of constructivism supported by the findings of three decades of cognitive science. Integrated STEM education occurs when learning is viewed as an active, constructive process, and not a receptive one; student motivation and beliefs are integral to …

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Early Childhood Science Education NSTA

Details: A framework for K–12 science education: Practices, crosscutting concepts, and core ideas. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). 2002. NSTA Position Statement: Elementary School Science. National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). 2009.

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Aerospace Education NSTA

Details: The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) believes that aerospace education is an important component of comprehensive preK–12 science education programs. Space exploration is a source of inspiration and captures our interest and curiosity (Bauman 1997; Fehr 1997; NASA 2006). More significantly, aerospace education provides compelling

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Quality Science Education and 21st-Century Skills NSTA

Details: Exemplary science education can offer a rich context for developing many 21st-century skills, such as critical thinking, problem solving, and information literacy especially when instruction addresses the nature of science and promotes use of science practices. These skills not only contribute to the development of a well-prepared workforce of

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Professional Development in Science Education NSTA

Details: Sustaining Professional Development in Science Education. Professional development is central to teaching and must be given full support by school districts and their leaders. Resources of funding, time, professional materials, and ongoing support from administration should be considered. Partnerships with parents, the community, scientists

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International Science Education and the National Science

Details: Download PDF. Introduction. NSTA encourages and promotes international science education on all levels from preK to post-secondary. The impact of science education has profound consequences for the betterment of a society and the global community as stated by UNESCO's Science for a Sustainable Future initiative: "Creating knowledge and understanding through science equips us to find solutions

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Science Education for Middle Level Students NSTA

Details: Introduction. NSTA recommends a strong emphasis on middle level science education, which can be achieved by staffing middle schools with teachers who are qualified to teach science and are trained and dedicated to working with students at this important period in their lives. Science concepts must be presented in an age-appropriate, engaging

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Gender Equity in Science Education NSTA

Details: Cultural Studies of Science Education 6(2): 305–310. National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). 2012. Digest of education statistics, 2011 (NCES 2012-001). Washington, DC: Department of Education. National Research Council (NRC). 2012. A Framework for K–12 science education: Practices, crosscutting concepts, and core ideas.

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Education Funding in the COVID Relief Bill NSTA

Details: The Congressional COVID-19 relief bill allocates roughly $82 billion for the Education Stabilization Fund. Specifically, the education provisions and funding streams follow the same structure as the CARES Act that was passed last April, with $54.3 billion going to elementary and secondary education, $22.7 billion for higher education, and $4.1 billion for governors to spend on various

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Online Courses NSTA Learning Center

Details: Courses can also be applied to MSU's Master of Science in Science Education (MSSE) graduate degree program: an intercollege, interdisciplinary graduate program that integrates learning and the discovery of knowledge in a collaborative academic environment. Over …

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Environmental Education NSTA

Details: NSTA strongly supports environmental education as a way to instill environmental literacy in our nation's pre-K–16 students. It should be a part of the school curriculum because student knowledge of environmental concepts establishes a foundation for their future understandings and actions as citizens. Central to environmental literacy is the

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Multicultural Science Education NSTA

Details: Schools are to provide science education programs that nurture all children academically, physically, and in development of a positive self-concept; Children from all cultures are to have equitable access to quality science education experiences that enhance success and provide the knowledge and opportunities required for them to become

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Education Funding and the American Rescue Plan NSTA

Details: The Education Jobs Fund would stabilize the education workforce by delivering up to $261 billion to states and school districts over 10 years. Ninety percent of the funding from this bill would go towards saving the jobs of teachers and other school employees as a result of school budget cuts because of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Schools and Districts NSTA

Details: Innovative, classroom-tested science activities and strategies based on the current research outlined in the Framework for K–12 Science Education. Science & Children (Elementary) Science Scope (Middle School) The Science Teacher (High School) Journal of College Science Teaching (Postsecondary) Connected Science Learning (Informal)

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Elementary School Science NSTA

Details: Introduction. High-quality elementary science education is essential for establishing a sound foundation of learning in later grades, instilling a wonder of and enthusiasm for science that lasts a lifetime, and in addressing the critical need for a well-informed citizenry and society.

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Leadership in Science Education NSTA

Details: Download PDF. Introduction. NSTA strongly supports using the Framework for K–12 Science Education (NRC 2012) for guiding reform in science education.Essential elements of science education reform include aligning curriculum, instruction, and assessment with national, state, and local standards; implementing professional learning based on district and state needs and objectives; and ensuring

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Education Funding Under the American Rescue Plan NSTA

Details: Jodi Peterson is the Assistant Executive Director of Communications, Legislative & Public Affairs for the National Science Teaching Association and Chair of the STEM Education Coalition.Reach her via e-mail at [email protected] or via Twitter at @stemedadvocate. The mission of NSTA is to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.

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The Role of Research on Science Teaching and Learning NSTA

Details: The process of research is the essence of the scientific enterprise and of scientific inquiry. Science education builds on the best of research in both worlds—science and education. By engaging in continual inquiry into teaching and learning, we can promote scientific literacy for students in …

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Climate Change Education: A Model of Justice-Oriented STEM

Details: STEM education, which is often modeled on the norms and practices of STEM research, is conceptualized in a variety of ways. It has historically focused on preparing students for a workforce trained in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, only very recently considering equity and justice (Committee on STEM Education 2018).

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Science Standards NSTA

Details: Science Standards. New standards offer a new vision for American science education. Founded on the ground-breaking report A Framework for K-12 Science Education, the Next Generation Science Standards promote a three-dimensional approach to classroom instruction that is student-centered and progresses coherently from grades K-12. The Standards.

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Science and Children NSTA

Details: Science and Children—March 2019. The kid-friendly topic of Motion and Stability allows students to make predictions, carry out investigations, and make claims supported by evidence. S Journal. Science and Children—February 2019. In classrooms today, elementary teachers work tirelessly to fit STEM into an already jammed, packed day.

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Building an Anti-Racist Science Classroom NSTA

Details: She is a former county and state administrator, math and science teacher, and an advocate of social justice in STEM education. Incorporating Anti-Racism in Elementary Science Elementary science specialist Brandon Davis and veteran public school educator Dr. Terra Tiller Smith share why anti-racist teaching must be part of students’ everyday

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Teaching Scientific Literacy NSTA

Details: Teaching Scientific Literacy. D eveloping students’ scientific literacy is a central goal for science teachers, but the term is broad and not precisely defined. The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and the Framework for K–12 Science Education offer many useful ideas of what to teach to develop scientific literacy. However, the

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Principles of Professionalism for Science Educators NSTA

Details: Principle 1: The Importance of Promoting the Growth of All Students. To provide quality science education for all students, NSTA recommends that science educators. show respect for each individual and value his or her identity and cultural heritage; recognize the abilities and strengths of students, as well as their unique learning needs (NBPTS

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In Legislation to Support Climate Change Education

Details: Such legislative support for climate change education is welcome, especially considering that in recent years proposals aimed at undermining climate change education have been introduced in state after state — even in a solidly blue state like Connecticut in 2019. No such measures have surfaced in 2020 yet, although the Idaho House Education

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Social Justice in the Science Classroom NSTA

Details: Philip Bell Next Gen Navigator Guest Editor. Philip Bell is a professor of education at the University of Washington, Seattle, and editor of STEM Teaching Tools.He served on the committee that authored the National Research Council’s A Framework for K–12 Science Education, which guided development of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).He and his collaborators have …

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Helping STEM Education Thrive During COVID-19 NSTA

Details: Helping STEM Education Thrive During COVID-19. The timing is accidental. When we decided that this issue of CSL would focus on connected science learning experiences that incorporate social media and technology, we had no idea that the COVID-19 pandemic was brewing. While many STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education programs

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STEM Education Now More Than Ever National Science

Details: STEM Education Now More Than Ever addresses these themes through four wide-ranging sections. Parts of the book are what you might expect from a longtime thought leader in science education. In light of the 2016 election and recent assaults on science’s validity, Bybee strongly asserts the need for a new case for STEM education.

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Presenting at NSTA Conferences NSTA

Details: NSTA Conferences on Science Education are designed to be an essential part of your professional development. Only NSTA can bring together the nation’s experts on science education—in professional learning institutes (PLIs), and hundreds of presentations, …

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An Introvert’s Perspective: Analyzing the Impact of Active

Details: With calls to reassess higher education teaching methods, active learning practices have quickly become a popular alternative to traditional lectures, especially in STEM courses that traditionally rely heavily on large-lecture formats. In this regard, active learning environments stand to better prepare students for life after college; however, student personality may play a major role in how

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STEM21 Save the Date NSTA

Details: The 10th Annual STEM Forum & Expo, hosted by NSTA, is a unique, focused event that brings together (informal and formal) educators and representatives from exhibiting companies who are interested in, and who have tools and resources to share that will ensure successful implementation of STEM education into our schools and communities.It is intended to provide resources for educators …

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The Effect of Science Education Classes on Preservice

Details: The students’ prior university-level science education consists of four classes: Biology for Educators, Environmental Science, Earth Science, and Conceptual Physics. Each of these classes is taught by faculty from the university’s college of science, not the university’s college of education, but is tailored specifically for PSTs.

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Social Justice in the Science Classroom NSTA

Details: Urban science education for the hip-hop generation: Essential tools for the urban science educator and researcher. Boston: Sense Publishers. Goldacre, B. 2010. Bad science: Quacks, hacks and big pharma flacks. New York: Faber and Faber, Inc. Schick, P. 2018. Social justice topics in the science classroom. Personal communication.

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The Teaching of Climate Science NSTA

Details: As such, A Framework for K–12 Science Education (Framework) recommends that foundational climate change science concepts be included as part of a high-quality K–12 science education (NRC 2012). Given the solid scientific foundation on which climate change science rests, any controversies regarding climate change and human-caused

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The Teaching of Evolution NSTA

Details: The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) strongly supports the position that evolution is a major unifying concept in science and should be emphasized in K–12 science education frameworks and curricula. Furthermore, if evolution is not taught, students will not achieve the level of scientific literacy needed to be well-informed

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Jobs NSTA Career Center

Details: Education Specialist. Alexandria, Virginia American Geosciences Institute 1 Week Ago Astronomy Education Specialist. Tucson, Arizona AURA 2 Weeks Ago Teacher – Upper School Chemistry. Indianapolis, Indiana Park Tudor School 2 Weeks Ago High School Chemistry Teacher

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Program Manager, Undergraduate Medical Education in

Details: The Program Manager is part of the Longitudinal Elements team within the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education, School of Medicine, at Vanderbilt University and is a key manager responsible for the creation, coordination, execution, and growth of the course support logistics for the following longitudinal elements in the MD curriculum: Foundations of Health Care Delivery (FHD) and Learning

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Negative Student Response to Active Learning in STEM

Details: Recent research has supported the use of student-centered teaching practices, such as active learning, because of its effectiveness in improving student learning and retention when compared with traditional, lecture-based teaching practices. Despite evidence supporting the effectiveness of active learning in improving STEM undergraduate education, the adoption of active learning by instructors

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Partnering to Develop a Coordinated Engineering Education

Details: Engineering Explorations are curriculum modules that engage children across contexts in learning about science and engineering. We used them to leverage multiple education sectors (K–12 schools, museums, higher education, and afterschool programs) across a community to provide engineering learning experiences for youth, while increasing local teachers’ capacity to deliver high-quality

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Assistant Professor in World Language/ESL Education, Fall

Details: The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences is a multidisciplinary unit with over 150 tenured/tenure-track faculty members, housed in eight departments. TPTE, the College's largest department, offers programs of study that lead to initial teacher licensure in many content fields as well as undergraduate programs in educational

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Action Research for Science Teachers NSTA

Details: Action research is a special form of educational research. Gall, Gall, and Borg (2007), authors of some of the most respected educational research texts, define action research as: “A type of applied research the purpose of which is the improvement of education professional’s own practice.” Lesha (2014) describes action research as being a cyclical or spiral process that begins with a

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Culturally Relevant Science Teaching Collection NSTA

Details: Culturally Relevant Science Teaching Collection. by: Nancy Kaur Pak Singh. PUBLIC. 39 items. A collection of materials on culturally relevant science teaching. It would be an amazing resource for those who would be teaching science in a multicultural classroom. Elementary Middle School High School Postsecondary.

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Student Perceptions of Open Educational Resources Video

Details: Journal of Education in Science Environment and Health, 4(1), 110–117. Levy P., & Petrulis R. (2012). How do first-year university students experience inquiry and research, and what are the implications for the practice of inquiry-based learning? Studies in Higher Education, 37(1), 85–101. Lord T., & Orkwiszewski T. (2006).

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Student-Centered Learning in an Earth Science, Preservice

Details: In an effort to get elementary teachers to teach more science in the classroom, a required preservice science education course was designed to promote the use of hands-on teaching techniques. This paper describes course content and activities for an innovative, student-centered, Earth science class. However, any science-content course could be adapted in a similar manner to include more

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Associate Dean for Medical Education in , for Brown University

Details: MEDICAL EDUCATION AND CURRICULUM. Today, the AMS is renowned for the quality of progressive, student-focused medical education it provides. As Rhode Islandâ™s only medical school, approximately 59% of the stateâ™s physicians are affiliated with AMS, and 50% of physicians who complete both the medical school and residency program in Rhode

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Teaching K–8 Teachers About Integrating Science and

Details: As engineering education expands into more science classrooms, knowledge about the nature of engineering and its relationship with science knowledge and practices is essential (Hsu et al., 2011). We conclude by sharing that the ELC model provided a familiar and meaningful structure for teachers to engage in engineering design.

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