Duane Little

Avid golfer and chess player who doesn't find much time during the school year to enjoy those pursuits! I am a middle school teacher who teaches Earth Science, Life Science and Physical Science at Noyes Education campus in NE Washington. My No. 1 professional goal is to be an instrumental part of the educational staff that brings academic excellence back to Noyes.




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Recent Reviews by Duane

Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:11 PM
5 Wave Goodbye
This Science Object brought clarity to the topic of waves, using light waves as the primary basis for understanding. The discussion of wave phenomena and how they interact with each other was quite enlightening. The use of light waves for various practical applications such as heating food in a microwave or killing cancerous cells would be useful when explaining the conceptual framework of this topic to my students. NSTA Resources ROCK!

Tue Dec 27, 2011 9:12 PM
5 Divide and....?
The "Cell Division and Differentiation" SciPack was another fascinating foray into an NSTA resource. The information I gleaned from this resource gives me the confidence to open new avenues of understanding for my students; the resource also will prove invaluable to helping me assess understanding of the concepts taught! I don't think I can continue to find the superlatives to express my appreciation of the depth and clarity of NSTA's resources.

Wed Dec 21, 2011 12:35 PM
5 Your Cell or Mine?
Super exhaustive Science Object! The minute details captured by this science object were not only enlightening but exciting. Key knowledge that was enhanced by this resource was the fact that every cell in an organism has the exact same DNA; the differences in the structure and function of each cell is a result of gene expression. A thorough elucidation for teachers which will surely lead to more helpful understanding of students questions! NSTA resources continue to ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!

Recent Public Collections by Duane


I put these resources together to help other life science teachers become more effective. Wonderful simulation resource!