From the digestive system to Newton’s Second Law, online science tools offer guidance to teachers on how best to navigate students from one lesson to the next

New resources from the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) are intended to help K-12 educators, including parents homeschooling their children, plan their science lessons.

Based on the best research available on how to engage all students in learning science, NSTA Daily Do Playlists are suggested instructional sequences of NSTA lessons that can be used to help students coherently build science ideas over time. NSTA plans to feature a new NSTA Daily Do Playlist each week at www.nsta.org.

“Now, more than ever, it is important for students to have access to high-quality experiences—whether they are learning in the classroom or at home in a virtual learning environment—that expand their perspective about science and help them make sense of the world around them,” said Dr. Elizabeth Allan, NSTA president. “We are thrilled to provide educators with these wonderful new resources that will enhance student engagement and inspire and excite student interest in science.”

New resources from the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) are intended to help K-12 educators, including parents homeschooling their children, plan their science lessons.

Based on the best research available on how to engage all students in learning science, NSTA Daily Do Playlists are suggested instructional sequences of NSTA lessons that can be used to help students coherently build science ideas over time. NSTA plans to feature a new NSTA Daily Do Playlist each week at www.nsta.org.
source: Read More, eSchool News

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