Smarter Ways To Teach Math

Schools across the country have found new ways to make math add up for students--and the country's most recent "report card" is showing the results of that hard work.

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Discover The Mystery Of Marine Life

I have always been a naturally curious person. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always been full of questions. My mother and father frequently tell me and my family stories about how they could never make it through a car ride, a grocery trip or almost anything without me stopping them at least once with a question. For me, everything holds a little bit of mystery and magic. One of the biggest things that is mysterious to me is marine life.

I became interested in mar...

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The Odd Seven Continents Theory

Viewed from space, the Earth appears to have four or five major landmass areas depending on your viewpoint. Despite this, we hold on to the illusion there are more continents.

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How to Build a Rocket

Instructions on how to build a rocket for the beginner.

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Shun Cloning : Scientists Must Speak Out

Scientists say evidence is mounting "that creating healthy animals through cloning is More difficult than they had expected." So began a front-page story in the New York Times (Marching 25), highlighting the frustrations of animal cloners, and the chance that person cloning whitethorn prove technically inconceivable. Those worried about the ethics of individual cloning have greeted this as good news, a sign that the slippery slope is leveling come out of the closet. Unfortuna...

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Ancient Astronauts and Contemporary Skepticism

Skeptics are provided with ideas on how to refute archaeological evidence of an ancient astronaut.

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How Do Microscopes Work?

A microscope is a device which allows one to view something which is too small to be seen by the naked eye. Items which are often studied under a microscope can include a single hair, blood or skin cells. With the naked eye these are hard to see, and impossible to view in any detail. However, by using a microscope the intricacies of these and any other object are much more clearly revealed. This kind of detail is often required in science and so those who use microscopes most...

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Galactic Mystery - Matter - On the Dark Side

Scientific inquiry can be described as a sequence of observations leading to a hypothesis which must be tested by experimentation. The results either validate or invalidate the hypothesis which was under test. Unfortunately, the interpretation of the data sometimes does not elucidate some new truth but rather eclipses our thoughts into a new era of ignorance.

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7 Tips for Teaching Children Science

The world is changing fast. It's more important than ever to get your kids interested in science at an early age. And it's easier than you think. Find out how with these great tips on turning everyday activities into fun learning experiences.

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Understanding the Scientific Method

Need to know what the scientific method means? Having a hard time understanding the concepts? This article will help to unravel this technical process.

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