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This is a collection of hands-on earth science lesson plans for grade 1-6 educators. Each of the lesson plans is... see more

"3D + VR Technology in Education:  An Introduction" is a free mini course offered by Edorble Academy (March 4th -April... see more

TEEAL is a full-text and bibliographic CD-ROM library of more than 140 of the world's most important scientific journals... see more

Presented @ Middle East Conference in Health Care Informatics (MECHCI2005) in Dubai on 10th April 2005 by Dr Sanjoy... see more

Dr Sanjoy Sanyal wrote this article when he was doing his Masters in Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, University... 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

This is an interactive PowerPoint presentation to be used in Kiosk mode with students. It is intended to be a stand-alone... see more

This activity guide for Grades 5-8 explores the potential for global climate change to increase the frequency and... see more

Lots of links on the common material of water. Very kid friendly site with some great factoids.

The Spirit of Aviation is an organization of members with a wide range of aviation interests and backgrounds. They... see more

Edheads Simple Machines Activities help teach grades 2 and up all about Simple and Compound Machines. Explore the house... see more

Inquiry-based activities investigating sound waves and the structure and function of the human ear. Also a valuable... see more

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

Journal of Educators Online (JEO) is an online, double-blind reviewed journal by and for instructors, administrators,... see more

"All the junk that's fit to debunk"

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

Video animation about the chemistry of oxygen.

Powers of Minus Ten lets you interactively zoom into a human hand and explore environments with scientifically-accurate... see more

A course of 35 lectures that covers the history of science and civilization from 3,000 BC to today and discusses the... see more

This is a national initiative that inspires, informs, trains, and supports Canadian students working toward social... see more

The subject of this website is a manuscript of extraordinary importance to the history of science, the Archimedes... see more

We list and briefly describe over a hundred pieces of classical and popular music inspired by reasonable astronomical... see more