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Improve your science classes, and create a learning environment for which your students will thank you

Breaking News: Causal and non-causal questions need to be investigated in different ways and reported using different headings (Eastwell). How science deals with supernatural claims (Eastwell). The sixth great mass extinction as a curriculum theme (Wagler). The scientific method: Critical yet misunderstood (Eastwell). Depth versus breadth in science education (Schwartz). Misuse of the terms hypothesis and prediction (Eastwell/Lawson). The status of the null hypothesis (Lawson). What is inquiry learning (including the false ideal of open inquiry)? (Ongoing discussion). Myths associated with brain-based research (Crossland). How a t-test can make a science project (Gonzalez-Espada). Bernoulli's principle is being misunderstood and misused (Eastwell). Teaching to learning styles: A myth (Olson). Geological Sense of Place template for linking students' geological experiences with course concepts (Clary & Wandersee). Levels of inquiry (Eastwell). Checklist for managing an inquiry classroom (Sampson). A better approach to teaching controversial issues (Oulton, Dillon, & Grace). Going beyond STS, to a sociopolitical curriculum (Hodson). The 7E Learning Model proposed (Eisenkraft). How to best construct a rubric (Bednarski).

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