Science magazine has teamed up with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to provide "a voice for the community interested in the multifaceted world of science education and the science of education." The site presents articles and commentary dating back to 2006, and visitors can scroll through the listings to get a sense of the materials here. Recent offerings include "Drawing to Learn in Science", "Protecting Brains, Not Simply Stimulating Minds", and "Mathematics Teachers' Subtle, Complex Disciplinary Knowledge". As a whole, the site offers a wide range of materials that cover current debates about science education, educational policy, and new techniques for teaching science in a variety of educational settings. Finally, interested parties can also learn about how to submit their own manuscripts for potential publication in the Education Forum.


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