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October 23rd is Mole Day! Celebrated annually from 6:02 am to 6:02 pm by chemistry educators, students and enthusiasts around the globe, Mole Day commemorates Avogadro’s Number. Every chemistry educator has had students ask, “What is a mole?
PASCO’s Wireless Smart Gate recently received a rave review by John Kinchin in the September issue of Physics Education.
Headwaters works with students throughout California and Nevada, providing science camps, research programs, and even bringing them to field sites near their school.
Introducing students to coding at an early age can have a lasting effect on their aptitude for computer science. Beginning around eight years old, or as soon as they are literate, young learners can begin using block coding.
I have been an adult volunteer for the Boy Scouts of America since 2007. After my son earned the Eagle Scout rank and aged out of Scouting, I stayed involved to teach the Space Exploration merit badge class.
I became involved with Scouting in 2014, when my son joined a local troop in Lafayette. It was easy to reason that I was there as his chauffeur, but really I was thinking, “Why should he have all the fun?”
More than two thousand science and STEM educators participated in the first Science Educators' Best of Show™ Awards by casting their votes for products that they felt impacted science learning.
Similar to many scientific concepts, spectroscopy developed as a result of the cumulative work of many scientists over many decades. We typically credit Sir Isaac Newton with the development of spectroscopy,