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Science Hack is a search engine for science videos. Every video submitted is screened by Science Hack's team of... see more

The website of the Museum of science and Industry in Chicago has videos, activities, and podcasts for all ages.

As a free and open source Open Science/Open Research development tool, the Open Science Framework (OSF) allows for the... see more

Extreme Science is the place online to find the biggest, baddest, and the best in the world of extremes and learn about... see more

Whether you have questions about the universe or a molecule compound or what biome you live in, Sciencing.com is your... see more

Ch. 1 of Is Science Progressive?. Discusses the nature of science

Science Stage is a free streaming video platform for business, research, and education to share their knowledge, ideas,... see more

Peer J Computer Science is the new open access, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal covering all subject areas of computer... see more

All Things Science is an online science and technology aggregator producing short high quality science videos for... see more

This site includes materials on genetics, published by the Public Library of Science. It includes the option to view... see more

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The Lawrence Hall of Science-24/7 website for kids is an excellent website for Grade School Science Education. Here kids... see more

This website addresses teaching questions like; why and how should I teach Science? It includes examples and resources... see more

I contributed some specific articles from this site, but I just wanted to share this entire website because besides those... see more

This site has some neat stuff about anything you would like to know about in science. As a civil engineering major I... see more

teaching children how liquids change into solids through chemical and physical changes.

A collection of over 1,000 journal title citations with links to the full text by subscription only. ScienceDirect... see more

Science by Doing is an online secondary school program presenting science in an engaging, guided inquiry-based approach... see more

I used this resource for my presentation, it gives the reader a good idea of some of the common misconceptions that are... see more

The Science Netnork (TSN) provides you with free programs about science that celebrate debate and discovery. The Science... see more

The multimedia discovery missions from NOAA Ocean Explorer provide students with an amazing resource to supplement the... see more

In 40 episodes, Carrie Anne Philbin teaches you computer science! This course is based on introductory college-level... see more

This page is maintained by Alistair B. Fraser in an attempt to sensitize teachers and students to examples of the bad... see more

Chapter discusses what science is as well as its place in the K-8.