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April 2018

This issue marks our 23rd consecutive annual spring issue devoted to the theme, “Science for All.” This theme has evolved considerably over its lifetime, and now targets a broad range of student differences while still maintaining its mission: providing teaching ideas and strategies to narrow the academic achievement gaps associated with ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, physical disabilities, limited English language proficiency, and learning differences.

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March 2018

On August 24, 2010, three earthquakes of magnitudes between 5.3 and 5.7 reduced the town of Amatrice, Italy to rubble. A bell tower built in the 16th century was damaged, but remained standing. Learn how to integrate phenomena such as earthquakes into your curriculum with the articles in this issue of The Science Teacher!

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February 2018

Join the movement with this issue of The Science Teacher! Maker spaces are popping up in classrooms across the country, creating opportunities for teachers to integrate engineering into their STEM curricula. Make the most of the Maker Movement in your classroom by checking out the Elements of Making article. We hope you’ll be able to use the framework described to support making in your science classroom.

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January 2018

Innovation is often overshadowed by invention. But improving on earlier successes is a crucial part of human endeavors, including teaching. The articles in this issue present some new twists on existing classroom techniques, from interactive word walls to an unconventional use of the microscope. The concept of innovation also applies to the new look of The Science Teacher, debuting with this issue. We have redesigned the journal to be more accessible and modern with a cleaner presentation. We hope you like it.

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