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You might’ve heard about California’s Environmental Principles and Concepts (EPCs)—but what are they, actually? And how do they affect teaching the NGSS?&nbsp …

Members of the Twig Science team show off their banners at the march against climate change. In August 2018, 16-year-old Gret …

For the first time, scientists looking for life outside the Solar System have identified a faraway planet with water vapor in its atmosphere. For planets to …

There’s still one week to go until the new season of Twig Science Reporter, bringing you the latest science news from around the world every Thursday. You can …

The skills we want to help young students develop don’t just include those directly connected to the subjects being taught. The Next Generation Science Standar …

Exciting news! See Tigtag CLIL in action with the NILE online course Power-Up: Teaching CLIL with Digital Media. With the UK’s widest range of education …

Theoretical physicist Helen Quinn chaired the National Research Council committee that created A Framework for K–12 Science Education—the foundation of the …

Twig World Ltd is changing to Twig Education. Why? Because education is what we do. We’re committed to improving the quality of education around the globe, and …

The entire Twig Education team—including our partners at Stanford’s SCALE team, Imperial College London, and DC Thomson—is celebrating! Why? Because Twig …

NGSS has shifted the way science educators are thinking about and designing instruction and assessment. One way to address these shifts for California educators …

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We’ve all heard the stereotypical jokes about women in STEM, and particularly female engineers. There’s a long list of things that women are apparently bad at: technology, science, maths and driving, …

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The urgency for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education was heralded by a workforce imperative and the need to supply an increasing demand for STEM jobs. This was follo …

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What’s science without a good challenge? Lots of scientists thrive on solving challenges in the real world: finding possible solutions to world hunger, discovering cures for rare diseases, exploring t …

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A large part of the national debate these days is focused on education, and specifically on increasing student performance, retaining teachers and curtailing higher number of absentees and dropouts. O …

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What do you do if you’re a team of geoscientists studying the behaviour of a commercially-important local river, but you don’t have the budget to buy fancy equipment? When Thom Bogaard and Rolf Hut of …

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