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The Many Ways In Which Scientists Use Literacy

Until fairly recently, many committed science educators downplayed the idea that reading and writing play an important role in learning science.  (continue reading)

Reading, Writing, and Talking Like Scientists

Scientists engage with text differently than professionals in other domains  (continue reading)

Perusing The Farmers' Market Like a Scientist

Farmers’ Markets are resplendent with opportunities to see the crosscutting concepts. To get you thinking about the crosscutting concepts in books related to food systems and Farmers’ Markets, here’s a start...  (continue reading)

Science is Poetry Podcast

Today on the Heinemann Podcast, authors Mark Lubkowitz, Amy VanDerwater and Valerie Bang-Jensen. What are crosscutting concepts?  (continue reading)

Framing Science Learning With Coherent Science Stories

When we create overarching science story lines (science stories) for instruction, students are more likely to remember what we teach.  (continue reading)

Facilitating Generative Student-to-Student Talk in the Science Classroom

Facilitating Generative Student-to-Student Talk in the Science Classroom  (continue reading)

The 6 Comprehension Strategies Every Reader Must Learn

The 6 Comprehension Strategies Every Reader Must Learn  (continue reading)

The Four Essential Elements of Engaging Science Stories

The Four Essential Elements of Engaging Science Stories  (continue reading)

Why Bring Stories Into The Science Classroom?

Why Bring Stories Into The Science Classroom?  (continue reading)

Walking the Beach Like a Scientist

Walking the Beach Like a Scientist  (continue reading)

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