Taking Note

March 2007
Science Teacher;Mar2007, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p68
Academic Journal
The article offers educational resources and professional opportunities for science teachers and students. "Trade Secrets" is available online to learn about chemicals and health. Earth Day Network (EDN) Environmental Education Program offers teaching tools. Lemelson-Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) InvenTeams provide national grants for students and teachers to create projects that are science and math related, inventive, and require problem solving.


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