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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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-- 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 being developed by Frank Potter (drpotter@lycos.com), Program Coordinator, with Jim Martindale,...
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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. Summary: A new series of maps of fog and low clouds covering the northern and central California coasts reveals daytime and nighttime patterns with...
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The mission of CRS is to connect and engage educators, students, and scientists in a vibrant and innovative web 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 the...
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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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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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Providing a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students. Unusual polar cold produces clouds that could help push ozone losses beyond 2011 mark, releasing extra UV radiation. 1847 : Famed American inventor Thomas Alva Edison, who would receive more than 1,000 patents, was born. In this lesson,...
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Personnel is committed to our customers and believe that the key to success is by working towards building a good reputation and to establish long term relationships with our customers and clients. Our team of experts includes Computer System Analysts, Software and Data Archive Engineers and Scientists, covering a wide range of expertise. We believe in the quality of our work by introducing...
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Social Studies School Service Nystrom Education The Center for Learning Good Year Books The Writing Company School Counselor Resources. Language Arts Math Science Geography/Global Studies World History U.S. History Character Education Government & Law Economics. View Cart FAQs Order from a Catalog Request a Quote Free Print Catalogs Privacy Policy. Who We Are Professional Learning Contact Us...
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This site features the most reliable and timely free science and technology news. Members of neuroscientist Cori Bargmann's lab spend quite a bit of their time watching worms move around. These tiny creatures, Caenorhabditis elegans, feed on soil bacteria, and their very lives depend on their ability to distinguish toxic microbes from nutritious ones. In a recent study, Bargmann and her...
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FOSS programs for elementary and middle school students bring science to life through active investigation. Much more than a collection of activities, FOSS seamlessly integrates hands-on science exploration with reading informational texts, writing in science notebooks, interactive technology, and embedded assessment to develop a deep and lasting understanding of science. Time to replenish...
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Science A-Z offers 3,500+ resources that provide a robust collection of informational texts. Through captivating science experiments and projects, students have the opportunity to think and act like a scientist. Science A-Z delivers engaging, differentiated resources that allow students to read, write, think about, and do science. The website delivers comprehensive units in Life, Earth,...
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This site is designed to provide high school and middle school science teachers access to the materials and resources that I have collected during my 37 years of teaching in the field. Some of the materials are of my own design, but many are those I have borrowed from others and refined for my own use. They include:. If you are having difficulty with the above menu, click here!
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FOSSweb is the official website of the active-learning science program, FOSS. Explore resources for educators and engaging activities for students and families. To get started, log in or visit as a guest. Students may visit as a guest, or use the class login if you have one. Learn more about the FOSS active learning philosophy, how it helps your students learn to think like scientists, and why...
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Discovery Education transforms classrooms and inspires teachers with engaging interactive content and services that measure and improve student achievement. Discovery Education and 3M are excited to announce that the top 10 national finalists have been chosen in the award-winning Young Scientist Challenge! Each of the 10 finalists will now go on to compete for the grand prize of $25,000 and the...
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This site provides information and links for computer science students. It also contains a number of documents that you may find useful in your ongoing computer science education. If you have any suggestions for site content, please email me by clicking on “contact me”, below. Advice and guidance for solving homework problems, writing technical reports, and preparing technical presentations....
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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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This sugar density activity is one I have never tried before, I actually ‘borrowed’ the idea from my son’s HS Chemistry Teacher. He came home and told me they made different colored layers using only sugar, food coloring, and water. I immediately jumped on the computer and thought about how to use this in my 6th grade classes, we are in the middle of our density unit and it would be a perfect...
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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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