What science teachers are reading in January 2014

From data literacy to citizen science to using trade books in science lessons, take a look at what science teachers are reading so far in 2014 at NSTA’s website.Book cover of "Inquiring Scientists, Inquiring Readers"

Most Popular NSTA Press Books
1. Inquiring Scientists, Inquiring Readers: Using Nonfiction to Promote Science Literacy, Grades 3–5

2. The Basics of Data Literacy: Helping Your Students (and You!) Make Sense of Data

3. Picture-Perfect Science Lessons, Expanded 2nd Edition: Using Children’s Books to Guide Inquiry, 3-6

4. Translating the NGSS for Classroom Instruction

5. Designing Effective Science Instruction: What Works in Science Classrooms

Most Popular NSTA Press e-BooksBook cover of "Take-Home Physics"

1. Take-Home Physics: 65 High-Impact, Low-Cost Labs

2. Science for the Next Generation: Preparing for the New Standards

3. Citizen Science: 15 Lessons That Bring Biology to Life, 6-12

4. Models and Approaches to STEM Professional Development

5. Forestry Field Studies: A Manual for Science Teachers

Most Popular Science Trade Books for KidsHow Does a Plant Grow?

1. How Does a Plant Grow?: I Wonder Why

2. Next Time You See a Pill Bug

3. What Makes Different Sounds?: I Wonder Why

4. Next Time You See a Firefly

5. Spenser and the Rocks: I Wonder Why

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