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Fun Fact Friday: Northern Leopard Frog

Fun Fact Friday: Northern Leopard Frog

Did you know that the northern leopard frog uses its eyes to help with swallowing food? It’s true! The frog, also known as Rana pipiens, retracts its eyes and uses them to help push food down its throat. According to The Journal of Experimental Biology: “Eye retraction can occur bilaterally or unilaterally, and both swallowing

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Discovery Education Techbook Experience in Garland!

Greetings Garland ISD educators, parents, students, and the greater Garland community! You are invited to an exciting event that will showcase the power of the Discovery Education Science Techbook and other digital science resources available to all at Garland ISD!  Our Discovery Education team will facilitate informative, fun-filled, and engaging hands-on activities that will thrill and inspire parents, students,

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Win Access to Discovery Education Science for Your Entire School

Enter For Your Chance to Win a Free Year of Discovery Education Science! The Ultimate Cool School Sweepstakes from Siemens Science Day is now open! One lucky school will win free school-wide access to Discovery Education Science, a compelling and interactive resource for students, for a year. Enter daily for your chance to win. Sweepstakes ends February

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Patti Duncan: 10 AWESOME STEM Lesson Ideas for NON-Science Classes

So what, you may ask, is all the fervor about. It’s Patti Duncan time and she’s doing what she does best: exciting students and teachers to learn and share, the DEN way. Her way. Just check out her photo. Dont you just love it. Her too. Educator, scientist, technology consultant, professional development trainer. STEM and

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