April 17, 2019 • Volume 46
In April, the end of the school year seems both right around the corner and as if it will never come. But we have a few things that might lift your mood in the final—and finals—days. We’re even offering a chance to win a $25 Starbucks gift card, just for telling us what you want from ANS. See, April doesn’t have to be the cruelest month.
At ANS, we want to provide you with the tools you need to help students succeed in nuclear science. That’s why we collaborated with Discovery Education to create Navigating Nuclear: Energizing Our World™, a fact-based nuclear science curriculum for middle school that meets Next Generation Science Standards.
Help your students remember the similarities and differences between nuclear processes with a colorful new poster: Nuclear Fission vs Nuclear Fusion. The poster is 24 by 36 inches and printed on heavy stock so it will decorate your walls—and assist your students—for years to come. You can purchase a copy in the ANS Store, where you’ll find other teaching tools such as colorful bookmarks, the Anatomy of an Atom die-cut activity and even a coloring book.
ANS wants to know how we can help you teach nuclear science, so we’re giving you the chance to win a $25 Starbucks Gift Card in exchange for just a few minutes of your time. We want to know what topics interest you, what you want to see in ReActions, and how we can support your professional development. So, we encourage you to participate in this brief online survey, answer a few questions, and then you’ll be entered in the drawing to win. We’ll appreciate it a latte.
Navigating Nuclear Science: Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies Join ANS in Minneapolis June 8 Registration required; early bird rate ends May 17
The Navigating Nuclear Science: Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies teacher workshop is coming to Minneapolist, MN, June 9, from 9 a.m. ‘til about 4 p.m.
Sign up for ReActions™, the e-newsletter for educators that offers teaching ideas about nuclear science and technology. It is published by the Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information, an initiative of the American Nuclear Society, between September and May.Sign Up
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