Science

Students & Educators
Ralph Moore 2
5 SAS Curriculum Pathways Hidden Gems

Every school day thousands of teachers and students use the over 1,500 free resources in SAS Curriculum Pathways. Many will visit the most popular lessons, tools, and apps, such as Writing Navigator, the Algebra course, or the U.S. History document-analysis series. All are enormously helpful to students and teachers. But the 1,500 resources also

Students & Educators
Ada Lopez 0
Why Teachers Love Pluto

The Facts about Pluto You've heard the news: NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has released the first images of dwarf planet Pluto. Dwarf planet? What does that mean? It’s smaller than any other planet. It’s even smaller than many of the moons orbiting other planets, including Earth. Pluto has more similarities to

Students & Educators
Tim McBride 0
Finding the Virtue in Virtual Labs

Virtual labs can be a boon to science instruction, capturing the excitement of discovery and encouraging students to think earnestly about STEM careers. While no one would advocate working exclusively with virtual labs, they can play an important role in expanding the classroom repertory: experiments that had been too dangerous,

Students & Educators
Ralph Moore 0
Online Professional Learning–At No Cost!

Keeping up with the pace of technology innovation–while simultaneously planning resource integration in an online, blended, or traditional classroom–is really more than a full-time job. So why not earn renewal credits while you do it? Through our online professional-development course offerings, participants learn how SAS® Curriculum Pathways®  helps educators achieve academic goals