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This is an interactive science Power Point presentation about animal adaptations for the upper elementary student.  It... see more

We have created a set of high-quality videos giving an inside look at personal response systems ("clickers") being used... see more

This podcast discusses the basic components of a scientific research paper. It also includes some tips on how to evaluate... see more

August 2016 - This link was corrected. What is your philosophy of teaching? What adjustments will you have to make... see more

This film examines personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect the eyes and face from hazards on the job. Examples of... see more

This film examines traumatic injuries and biological organisms that affect the eye. This instructional film is from... see more

This is a series of 19 video podcasts. 'Science Friday, as heard on NPR, is a weekly discussion of the latest news in... see more

This website is part of a National Academy of Sciences project highlighting the work on prominent women scientists for... see more

This film examines levels of illumination outdoors and in various workplaces. Educational concepts include light meter,... see more

How to recognize pseudoscience and distinguish it from science; pathological science, junk science, and "bad" science.

This is a series of 296 podcasts. 'Where do potato chips come from? What is an MRE? Join Marshall Brain as he explores... see more

August 2016 - This link was updated. In my Working with Joan folder, I provide my students with a list of assumptions I... see more

The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress.... see more

This interactive website for children, families, teachers and the general pubic  tells the story of  Laura Jernegan, a... see more

A course for teachers about the interdependent systems of the ocean - covering plate tectonics, the nature of seawater,... see more

This movie is a chemical demonstration showing the reaction of aqueous lead nitrate with aqueous potassium iodide to form... see more

These science lessons are perfect for science teachers who are tired of worksheets, and are ready for lessons that will... see more

This is a great PowerPoint presentation for discussing the scientific method.

WWF or World Wild Life fund is a web site (http://www.worldwildlife.org/index.cfm) is a place that allows students or... see more

This is a series of 107 videocasts that are a few minutes long. "Stay on top of the latest developments in science news,... see more

A few weeks ago, I had to create a StAIR, or Stand Alone Instructional Resource, for a graduate class I am taking through... see more

This project is geared towards lower elementary school grade levels.  It is an introduction to the topic of insects. ... see more

Journey Inside The Cell illustrates the evidence for intelligent design within DNA, as described in Stephen C. Meyer’s... see more

This video, presented by Make Magazine, shows a cheap and easy way to make 3D plastic forms like Storm trooper costumes... see more