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Science classes enable students in grades 9-12 to develop the critical-thinking skills required to make informed decisions about public policy, evaluate claims made in the media, talk to their doctors, and navigate an increasingly technological world.

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Achieving Equity Through Assessments by Laura Littrell and Kevin Williams

Our school requires all students to take chemistry. We teach all levels, ranging from Collaborative/Inclusive Chemistry to Honors and AP Chemistry. Al...

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Falling Objects and Air Resistance

The purpose of this lab is for students to apply what they know about the core idea of forces and motion to determine ”How Does the Surface Area of ...

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Student Lab Manual for Argument-Driven Inquiry in Physics, Volume 2: Electricity and Magnetism Lab Investigations for Grades 9–12

Are you interested in a three-dimensional approach to helping your high school physics students learn the practices of science, including constructing...


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Jonte Lee

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Sustainable Mobility Expert E.J. Klock-McCook

Sustainable mobility experts perform analysis and design work and also recommend policies intended to make transportation systems more efficient and m...


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Novel Coronavirus

In this secondary-level lesson, students will generate and prioritize questions about the novel coronavirus and evaluate scientific and/or technical i...


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Advancing Alloys

The manufacture of metal alloys is ubiquitous, yet infrequently discussed in high school coursework as concepts related to them are often too complex ...


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Science in Socio-Scientific Issues

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From Surviving to Thriving

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The Origin of Federal Air Pollution Policy

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