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Kick off the school year with NSTA competitions!

Slightly cooler air and the smell of freshly cut grass and sharpened pencils can only mean one thing – school is back in session! NSTA and its sponsors are kicking off another exciting school year of rewarding and recognizing high-performing science educators and students through our large-scale, nationally known competitions and grant programs. As you […]

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Starting a science club

I would like to have a science club in our middle school. How should I get started? What types of competitions we can enter? What else should I consider?  I have taught Life Science and Physical Science for 15 years. —Liz, Billings, Montana Working with students in a club setting is a wonderful opportunity to […]

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Ideas sparkle at Intel Science Talent Search

NY Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently attended the 2010 Intel Science Talent Search Awards in Washington, DC. He listened to student presentations (including one which he freely admits was out of his scope) and talked with science teachers. He wrote: In today’s wired world, the most important economic competition is no longer between countries or companies. The […]

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