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Research Matters!

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Flavio Mendez Flavio Mendez 46216 Points

NSTA is pleased to offer this series of conversations with science education researchers whose work has recently been published in the Journal of Research on Science Teaching, published by our affiliate organization, the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). Each of their articles has been selected for NSTA’s annual Research Worth Reading list because of its potential to inform your science teaching.

Visit the Research Matters page at:
http://learningcenter.nsta.org/products/symposia_seminars/na...tters.aspx

Pamela Dupre Pamela Dupre 92349 Points

Thank you, Flavio! I am anxious to read the one about student engagement. I absolutely embrace the method of generating explanations instead of reading about them. I can't wait to read that as well.

Emily Faulconer Emily Faulconer 5215 Points

Flavio - Thank you for sharing. How often will new episodes come out? 

Flavio Mendez Flavio Mendez 46216 Points

Hi Emily,

Thiese have been released once/year.  I need to check with NARST leadership for an update.

Take care,

Flavio.

Emily Faulconer Emily Faulconer 5215 Points

Thank you for sharing! I'm excited to listen to these resources this week. 

Gretchen Thomas Gretchen Thomas 135 Points

Wow, thank you for sharing this. That was such an interesting conversation with Dr. Polman and Dr. Hope about using science in the news to engage students. I really liked that the students were tying together writing skills with research and science in a way that is creative in the writing style. Such an interesting idea!

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