Genomics-Driven OncologyThanks to advances in oncology over the past decade, doctors are better able to diagnose and treat cancer, and ultimately, improve outcomes for patients. Dr. Neil Lamb of HudsonAlpha explains how.
Space Systems Exploration From the Smithsonian, the STC® Space Systems Exploration unit for Middle School brilliantly incorporates the use of physical models, mathematical models, and data analysis to bring the phenomena of space science down to Earth and into your classroom. View »
Enhance Learning with TwigUsing video in the classroom brings great benefits, and a few drawbacks. We’ll show you how to avoid the drawbacks and focus on the benefits using Twig, a world-class source for current, compelling science and math videos. Learn how Twig helps you engage students and enhance learning. View »
Big Ideas in Evolution Made Simple—Cosmos and Yeast RespirationHelp your students understand the Big Ideas in evolution through hands-on investigations and the 2014 TV series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Science teacher Matthew Bostick presents background information, suggests several ideas for hands-on investigations, and offers follow-up questions to tie together some of the Big Ideas. View »
Flipping the Safety Discussion and the Lab WorkFlipped learning allows you to maximize class time and minimize repetition. Colorado teacher Jennifer Maze highlights the advantages of recording lab safety discussions. She offers sample videos and tips on getting started. View »