Archive for January, 2015

Valentine Science Activities

Are you looking for science activities to make February a fun and fabulous month? Try some of these Valentine’s Day Science Investigations! On the Fun-a-Day blog they have a “What do you think will happen?” experiment with candy hearts. It places the conversation hearts in five different substances and the students hypothesis what will happen. Steve Spangler […]

Science Leadership Network – February 17, 2015 (SP1529001)

Have you registered for the Science Leadership Network? February 17, 2015 from 1:00-4:00 (SP1529001) Designed for science curriculum coordinators, directors, and department chairs, and science-teacher leaders, this FREE session provides a forum for networking time, TEA updates, best practice call-outs, upcoming inservice opportunities and other pertinent information for science leaders. Attend this half-day session at NO COST […]

Elementary Science STAAR Review

  Elementary Science STAAR Review                                                  You’ve taught the content, the students have learned the lessons…let’s review the key concepts of elementary science with a collection of activities to help our fifth graders be STAAR Students! This day will focus […]

Opportunities for Science Teachers

Happy New Year, all!  We have two new opportunities to share with you this afternoon: The first comes from Project Wild and the registration deadline is looming! DEADLINE 5:00 PM Friday Jan 9   Project WILD   FREE – Learn to share conservation with children: Professional Development for anyone who works with children. When Jan […]