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  • Natural Selection Meets Flipped Mastery When Benjamin Bloom introduced mastery learning in the mid 1980s, it was impractical for teachers to implement. Today, widely available technology makes it a practical option. Science teacher Hassan Wilson describes how you can use mastery and flipped learning to revamp your lessons on natural selection. View »
  • Infographic - Ecology: The Study of the Place We Live Ecology is a non-linear science and it can be difficult for students to visualize the interactions. Use this infographic to start conversations in your class about the relationships of ecology. View »
  • Snakeheads Invade the United States Teach your students about the challenges nonnative species pose by focusing on a current example, the northern snakehead fish. Native to China, Russia, and Korea, this fish has established breeding populations in several states. Find out how this might have happened and what scientists are doing about it. View »
  • Schoolyard Field Study Conduct a field study of your schoolyard with this activity. It’s an opportunity for students to apply what they’ve learned throughout the year. Students work in groups of 2 to 3 over several class periods. View »
  • The Science Behind Lactose Intolerance Rumbly tummy after that milkshake? It could be lactose intolerance. In this brief overview, we’ll examine its causes, symptoms, and genetic underpinnings—plus point you toward some resources for further investigation. View »
  • Problem-Based and Project-Based Learning—Together at Last Bring real-world relevance into your classroom with an approach that combines problem-based learning and project-based learning. This article includes 2 scenarios from Wake/UTD PBL, a leading resource for integrative learning experiences. View »
  • Carolina’s Teacher- and Student-Focused Kit Development Process Carolina's kit development team approaches each kit as a tool to be honed so that it is easy to use, engages students, walks them toward success, and eases teacher workload. Learn more about the process in this short white paper. View »
  • Debunking the 4° C Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Myth Do samples need to be refrigerated immediately after PCR? No. You can leave them at room temperature overnight—and much longer! The founders of miniPCR® explore why. View »
  • Carolina Kits 3D™ Labs Help Your NGSS Implementation We built Carolina Kits 3D labs from the ground up to support NGSS instruction, so you can manage three-dimensional learning in your high school classroom with confidence. View »
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