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Ann Pearson

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Ann Pearson is an award-winning former middle and high school science educator and children’s book author. She has trained science teachers across the globe and speaks in both formal and informal settings on science and education. Ann lives in the Northwoods of Wisconsin with her family and enjoys biking, kayaking, hiking, community theater, quilting, and all things science.

 
The Science in Science Fiction A Strategy for Integrating Science and ELA HERO

Teaching sci-fi in the classroom can help students understand the importance of science in their daily lives.

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Listen as two former science teachers discuss practical ways to implement social and emotional learning activities in your science classroom.

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As educators, encouraging our students to go deep into science can spark their passion and open up avenues for their creativity through artistic expression.

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Amid school closures, many educators must figure out how to teach online. Use these strategies for online teaching to create a learning experience that is engaging and impactful.

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We are about to start a new year, and for science teachers, it’s another chance to make (and break) some resolutions.

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Ease the anxiety surrounding parent-teacher communication on Back-to-School Night with five of the best tips from veteran teachers.

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To teach climate change to students in Grades 5-12, consider using real-life examples of the effects, such as the loss of the Okjökull glacier in Iceland.

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