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Developing a Competitive Application for the Shell Science Lab Challenge

 
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Awards and Recognitions

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Summary: The 2014 award applications are open for submission. Winners for this year's teacher awards will be presented at the Boston conference. You can't win if you don't apply!

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Developing A Competitive Application For The Shell Science Lab Challenge

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Summary: Web Seminar Archive

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Developing a Competitive Application for the Shell Science Lab Challenge.pdf

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Summary: Web Seminar Presentation

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NSTA Districts

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Shell Science Lab Challenge: Prizes

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Teacher Video

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Summary: Hampton High School

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The Shell Science Lab Challenge Application Download

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Summary: Application for 2013–2014

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Safer Science: Consumer “Science” in Chem Labs?

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Summary: English, mathematics, social science, and other nonscience classes are being held in science laboratories during unassigned laboratory time. However, science laboratories are unsafe places. They contain hazardous chemicals, energy utility sources (gas,...

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Safer Science: Equipment Safety—UL Ratings and More

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Summary: The UL label signifies that an appliance has been safety-tested in accordance with a specific set of standards. This ensures safer operation and built-in protection for the user. Science teachers might find themselves asking whether the same is true for...

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Safer Science: Lab Fire Extinguishers—Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?

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Summary: When renovations or new construction occur, fire extinguishers sometimes get lost in the mix. Unfortunately, whether to save money or because the fire code is misinterpreted, some schools do not install fire extinguishers in laboratories and other areas...

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Safer Science: Personal Protective Equipment—It’s the Law!

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Summary: In addition to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) personal protective equipment (PPE) standard—OSHA Laboratory Standard 29CFR 1910.132—and other professional prudent practices, many states have protective eye devise statutes. PPE...

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Scope on Safety: Combating corrosion

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Summary: Corrosion is a broad term that applies when something is being broken down due to a chemical reaction. Rust or wet corrosion is a specific type of corrosion where iron or steel reacts with water. Science teachers often find that over time, laboratory...

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Scope on Safety: Middle school science labs—A safety audit

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Summary: In August 2007, a report titled “The State of Middle School and High School Science Labs in the Kansas City Region” was issued by the Kauffman Foundation, which is committed to improving student achievement in mathematics, science, and technology subjects...

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Where Science Happens: Equip Your Lab for Safety

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Summary: The science disciplines encompass both content and practice. Teachers know that a full understanding of science can be acquired only if students participate in the physical practice of investigation. This requires physical facilities—space, furnishings,...