Science Take-Out kits use structured inquiry or guided inquiry, and are a natural lead-in to open-ended inquiry.
There are always “those kinds of days” when you need an activity that is scientific, brief, and highly engaging for students.
Come meet the Science Take-Out team at NABT in Cleveland, November 13-14, 2014!
Come meet the Science Take-Out team at STANYS in Rochester, November 2-4, 2014! Visit our exhibitor booth (45) and experience our kits at hands-on workshops.
Science Take-Out has been awarded a 1-year grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to create new kits that focus on topics in environmental health sciences.
When do you do lab work—before talking about a topic or after talking about a topic?
You might want to try this experiment:
The Science Take-Out team had a wonderful time at the National Science Teachers Association national conference in Boston!
by Amy Balling, Biology Teacher, Lancaster High School, Lancaster, NY
Science Take Out’s What is it?: Dichotomous Keys kit is an easy to use way to help students understand the usefulness of dichotomous keys and to also give students the skills to create their own dichotomous keys.
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Shrinking budget? Limited access to lab facilities and equipment? While we hope that you’ll try and buy Science Take-Out kits, we also encourage you to learn from our kits and apply what you learn to creating your own lab activities.