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Teachers and Scientists: Building the Future

U.S. students are lagging behind those of other countries in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) proficiency. Meanwhile, K-12 STEM teachers--many of whom, instructing the earlier grades especially, may not have a degree in science or related fields--often must focus on trying to “teach to the test.” What if they could invite researchers into the [...]..

STAFFSeptember 27, 2011 — Mariette DiChristina

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Scientific American‘s Web site is always evolving, as you probably have noticed. Our site has undergone a redesign every year since I started working here in 2007, two of which were major upgrades...

STAFFAugust 18, 2011 — Angela Cesaro

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"What will science journalism look like in 10 years?" I was visiting Scientific American staff editor Christine Gorman's class in New York University's graduate science writing program recently when a student asked this question...

STAFFJuly 5, 2011 — Mariette DiChristina

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