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ReActions March – 2017

Janice HeadshotIt’s finally spring and for many of you, that means break. We have a few things for you to consider on your well-earned time off. First, you’ll want to get acquainted with the latest additions to the periodic table of the elements; you have four more to teach! We have an interview with an ANS member who was part of the team that created two of them. Then, check out an online activity for Earth Day that turns your students into energy mix experts of the future. Finally, it’s not too soon to start planning your professional development activities for the summer. Check out three upcoming ANS workshops. I’ll be at the one in San Francisco. It would be great to see you there!

Janice Lindegard

March 10, 2017 Volume 39

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