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  • Very Trendy: Analyzing Data In your science course, spend some class time discussing data analysis at the beginning of the year to help your students understand what their data means. View »
  • DNA Barcoding: A Teacher’s Perspective How much Ginkgo is in your herbal medicine? How many ant species live in NYC? Read on for a teacher’s perspective on DNA barcoding, the DNALC’s Urban Barcode Project (UBP), being a UBP teacher mentor, and the benefits of independent student research. View »
  • Improving Students' Math Skills for Science Class As a science teacher, you want your students to succeed. But did you know that you could improve your students’ performance in the science classroom by helping them become better at math? With cross-curricular instruction, we’re rewriting the equation for science success. Read the article to find out more. View »
  • The Basics of Graphs and Charts When conducting experiments, scientists rely on graphs to convey the data they obtain. But with so many kinds of graphs available, how do they know which one to choose? For the young scientists in your classroom, this can sometimes be a difficult decision to make. View »
  • What Goes On Inside a Spectrophotometer? A spectrophotometer measures the amount of light absorbed or transmitted as it passes through a sample, such as a solution containing food dye. Use this article to cover the basics of how a spectrophotometer works. View »
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