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The 15th annual Greater Philadelphia Homeschool Science Fair will be held Saturday, February 8, 2014, at Villanova University. All K-12 homeschoolers in the tri-state area (and beyond) are invited to attend. For more information, click on "Science Fair" or visit www.fair.science-resources.org. Click here to find out how you can become a sponsor.
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Get Started The strength of Science and its online journal sites rests with the strengths of its community of authors, who provide cutting-edge research, incisive scientific commentary, and insights on what’s important to the scientific world. To learn more about how to get published in any of our journals, visit our guide for contributors, or visit the how-to page for each individual journal....
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-- Lesson plans designed by teachers in 1997 - 2003: about 90, using 'Net resources and maintained by Greg Sheppard of Sheppard's Science Resources. 20,000 calculator links: ALL topics, e.g., cosmetics, mathematics, statistics, chemistry, physics, engineering, computer, etc. This resource is...
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The mission of CRS is to connect and engage educators, students, and scientists in a vibrant and innovative network of science learning resources, transforming science education. Our vision is a community of educators and scientists working together to excite all children about learning through...
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This is where you can find a selection of the best science project kits that have proven success in the past years. For each project idea you will first view the instructions and then decide if you want to order a kit. Most science kits introduced in this website are for students in grades 5 to...
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Science.gov is a gateway to government science information provided by U.S. Government science agencies, including research and development results. Science.gov searches over 60 databases and over 2,200 scientific websites to provide users with access to more than 200 million pages of authoritative federal science information including research and development results. Science.gov: USA.gov for...
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Welcome to FloridaStudents.org, your source for Student Tutorials and Resources. Inside this website you will find resources located from all over the web to support your learning in language arts, mathematics, science, civics, and U.S. History. We are constantly adding tutorials and resources so make sure to constantly check in for new updates. Your feedback is important to us as we work to...
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RED-HOT PLANET A meteorite that probably originated from Mars’ volcano-filled Tharsis region (warmer colors denote higher elevations in this topographic map) suggests that a source of volcano-fueling magma inside the planet remained largely unchanged for billions of years. Ancient hunter-gatherers in East Asia are remarkably similar, genetically, to modern people living in the area. Unlike what...
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The NGSS call for a three-dimensional approach to K–12 science instruction. This represents a significant transition from previous state standards. That’s why effective implementation demands a great deal of collaboration and patience among states, districts, schools, teachers, and students. Thoughtful and coordinated approaches to implementation will enable educators to inspire future...
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Award winning teaching tools and educational resources for the classroom. Try films, experiments and worksheets matched to your standards. With Twig there’s no need to search the internet for safe, age-appropriate content. Instead, the Twig website can be accessed anywhere, whether at school or at home, making it easy to find the right resources for your next lesson. "When the kids see this...
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Delivering distance learning solutions to enhance science education, The V-Scope Explorer? virtual microscope provides a world-class microscopy experience and supports learning core curriculum standards for elementary through college level students. Science Learning Resources seeks to improve life science literacy and raise student enthusiasm for biological sciences. A focus of the company is...
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Discover a wealth of fun educational French videos for all ages and levels. Learn how to conjugate, sing, spell, count, ask for help and much more with Charlie the puppet and his good friends. Do you set the bar for thoughtful tech integration in the classroom? Do you approach education in an unique way? Learn more and apply to become a PBS Digital Innovator. Enter to win a one month supply of...
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NSF's mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country. You've seen the hit television crime drama, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Now you can play the role of crime scene investigator at this traveling exhibit. You will learn scientific principles and real...
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Your guide to science fair projects, experiments, topics, and ideas. How to choose a topic and find the perfect project. Where to get the best kits and supplies. The site map here lists all the pages of the site so you can quickly see what is covered. From elementary projects to high school level, you are sure to find something of interest. Science fair projects and experiments can be a lot of...
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I really like having my social studies textbook on-line because it is all in one place. I also like that I don't have to carry around a five pound book! I enjoy having access to different links and websites that are in the textbook. The online text gives me a variety of references and helps me become more interested in a specific topic. I like that on Ck-12 I am able to highlight important...
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Educational conferences. Please link to resources rather than download them to your own server/website. Reproduction for commercial use or profit is not. Activities, lessons, & worksheets available on any page of this web site are intended for use by a single teacher in his/her classroom or to share at. Check out my NGSS links page for great resources to target the new science standards! The...
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This site contains an initial sampling of resources and findings from NSF-funded projects. Their proposals underwent merit review; subsequent annual and final project reports were reviewed and approved. The resulting research-based resources have been pilot- or field-tested in schools or with teachers. The websites identified may offer additional information derived from their development and...
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Heart of America Science Resource Center is a unique blend of hands-on science activities and science resources for young and old, groups and families. We are in the process of renovating an 8,000 square foot building located in Haviland, Kansas along busy U.S. Highway 54. The Center currently houses a multipurpose science lab, a lapidary lab, and a museum display hall. Ongoing renovation...
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I love using this activity as an introduction to get my 7th grade students thinking about the idea of living vs. nonliving. How do we define life? How do we know something isn’t alive anymore? How are living things different than nonliving things? How are nonliving things different than things that were once living? What characteristics do living things have in common? To start the lesson, we...
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Research Resources .net is aimed at providing everyone including students, teachers and anyone else looking for best up to date information filled internet sites. Whether you are writing a term paper on elephants in africa or a thesis for a master of public administration you will find wealth of relevant information here. We know that time is very important to you, so Research resources .net...
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