Posts for September 2015

Erica Beck Spencer | September 29, 2015 | Science News

Professor Ashok Gadgil is conducting work that will help millions living in extreme poverty and dangerous situations, such as in Darfur refugee camps.

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Kathy Long | September 24, 2015 | Assessment

As many of you know, assessment for the FOSS program has been evolving since the 1990s.

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Erica Beck Spencer | September 22, 2015 | Science News

Starting in September of 2015, all fourth-grade students and their families will receive free admission to all federal lands and waters for the entire year.

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Larry Malone | September 21, 2015 | Observations by Larry

There are those around us who are wondering what the initialism NGSS stands for.

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Jacquelyn Herst | September 18, 2015 | Materials Management

"We have a lot of old FOSS modules in our storeroom that aren't being used. Can you help us decide what to do with them?"

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Gwendolyn Perea Warniment | September 17, 2015 | FOSS in Schools

What does science look like? What does it sound like or feel like? How do we know we are participating in this endeavor we casually call science?

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Erica Beck Spencer | September 14, 2015 | Materials Management

Let's be honest, a FOSS adoption is more complicated than a textbook adoption.

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Jessica Penchos | September 10, 2015 | Program News

By the time this newsletter reaches you, the FOSS Populations and Ecosystems Course, Second Edition, will be getting ready to ship. This means that the FOSS Middle School NGSS-aligned Second Edition courses are nearing completion!

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FOSS Newsletter Staff | September 08, 2015 | Technology

In order to gain access to the full suite of module resources, we recommend registering for an account on FOSSweb.

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FOSS Newsletter Staff | September 04, 2015 | Technology

The electronic version of the FOSS Next Generation Investigations Guide has been reworked for FOSS Next Generation Edition modules on FOSSweb.

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