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  • Whyville: A free website dedicated to learning through exploration and communication.
  • 101 Science & Technology for Amateurs: Science and other technology subjects for home learning centers, amateur radio operators, and amateur scientists.
  • Advanced Placement Digital Library for Biology, Physics and Chemistry: An NSF funded Rice University Digital Library project that hosts free reviewed online resources, linked to the content outline, for AP and Pre-AP teachers and students of Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
  • All Science Stuff.com: Articles about assorted topics, such as molecular biology, physics. Some include Flash animations to help explain concepts.
  • American Communications Foundation Newsource: Science & Technology: Assists the commercial broadcast news media in its coverage of science and technology, which is often under-reported because of staffing and budgetary restraints. Enhances the coverage by providing research, development and production of news stories free of charge to commercial news outlets.
  • Ask Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde: Answers to a variety of science and technology questions, including questions you never thought to ask.
  • Athena: Earth and space science resources for K-12 from NASA. Features class exercises with data collecting and background information for each topic. Includes related links.
  • Attaining Excellence Through TIMSS: Resources for learning about and discussing the Third International Mathematics and Science Study, including related reports, data and commentaries.
  • BBC Science: A `resource` to many science topics currently in the news and links to sites on topics such as cloning, genetics, and electricity.
  • BETR World Science and Computer Education: Offering information on classes and camps for science and computer education in Maryland and Virginia.
  • Berkshire Biological Supply Company: Online sale of living organisms for biology class, science fair projects, home teaching.
  • Beyond Discovery: A series of articles that trace the origins of important recent technological and medical advances. Each story reveals the crucial role played by basic science.
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy: Online science laboratory. Includes learning activities and show information.
  • Brainium: A curriculum-based, online environment where teachers and students can share ideas, experiments and activities.
  • Candis Mitchell's Science Teacher's Site: Designed to help educators search for internet material appropriate for their classrooms.
  • Computers and Assessment in Science Education. ERIC Digest ED395770: Discusses types of software applications used in scientific evaluations, underlying assumptions, issues which relate to validity, gender equity, instructional delivery, mode of user interface, and responsibility to the public.
  • Cornell Theory Center Math/Science Gateway: Links to resources in mathematics and science for educators and students in grades 9-12.
  • Cute Science: Learning materials for include coloring books, audio lectures, videos and workbooks. Subjects covered are math, science, and HTML. Includes product list and online order form.
  • Department of Energy Science Education Programs: Internship and fellowship opportunities for undergraduate students and teachers related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • Did You Ever Wonder?: Each month a dozen questions are posed and answered by lab scientists on various topics on how things work in the natural world.
  • Dive and Discover: Expeditions to the Seafloor: An interactive distance learning web site designed to immerse your students in the exciting process of deep-sea research and exploration.
  • EOA Scientific Internet Campus: Find educational information and interactive multimedia resources in earth science,geology,oceanography,space science, astronomy, physical science, and remote sensing.
  • ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education: Goal is to provide access to information for teaching and learning about science, mathematics, and the environment.
  • Ed Quest: Includes guided links for students, lesson plans and references for teachers, as well as collaborative projects directed towards the middle school level.
  • Education Links: An enormous fun collection of science resources and links.
  • Educational Resources Catalog: In addition to the catalog itself, links are provided to curriculum materials, professional development, software, visual and audiovisual classroom support, print material and online resources.
  • Elementary Science Program: Includes activity of the month for students and teachers of elementary science, as well as an archive of past activities, and resources.
  • European Science & Technology Week: Demonstrates and explains the impact of science, its uses, and its applications in the daily lives of European citizens. Activities and events, aims and objectives, and news and press releases.
  • Every Child a Scientist: For those who want to take an active role in improving the science program in their schools.
  • Experiences of the Twentieth Century Saga: The site provides useful resources on mathematics and physics.
  • Extreme Science: Science news and activities with an emphasis on extremes.
  • Field Trips: Includes virtual science tours on nature topics. Includes related educational resources.
  • Frank Potter's Science Gems: Resources are sorted by category and grade level.
  • Free Science Worksheets: Features over science labs for biology, chemistry, and physics, and numerous other printable note skeletons, graphic organizers, and worksheets.
  • Fun With Science: A professional geophysicist maintains this collection of resources for classroom demonstrations and hands-on exercises about physics, earth science, earthquakes, math and fun illusions. Includes videos of earthquake shake tables.
  • Harvard-Smithsonian Center For Astrophysics - Science Education Department: Develops curricula, videos and activities to enhance learning of scientific topics. Includes list of projects and staff.
  • Headstart Courses: Summer school programme of science and engineering experience courses at university for professional careers in science, engineering and technology.
  • How Stuff Works: Explanations about form and function in science and technology.
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute: Publications, lab safety training videos, biomedical research and science education multi-media resources.
  • Hyperlinks (Science Education): Science education links.
  • Ig Nobel Prizes: Awards are intended to celebrate the unusual, the imaginative and spur people's interest in science, medicine, and technology. Includes list of winners, and information on publications and annual ceremony.
  • Illusion Works: A multimedia museum of optical and sensory illusions, with on-line demonstrations and explanations.
  • Implementing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment: In addressing standards for science education, the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory discusses the critical issues involved. Includes overview, goals, strategies and pitfalls.
  • Institute for Mathematics and Science Education (IMSE): Established to promote efforts to improve precollege and undergraduate education in the areas of mathematics and science. A hallmark of IMSE efforts is the collaboration of research mathematicians and scientists with education researchers and teachers.
  • Instructional Materials for Science Educators (IMSE): Sponsored by the SERVIT Group, part of the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education, North Carolina State University.
  • Journal of Young Investigators: Online journal dedicated to the presentation of undergraduate research in science, mathematics, and engineering.
  • K-12 Science Education Resources: From teacher Bill Beaty's homepages. Includes links, projects and lesson plans.
  • K-12 Traveling Science Programs: Find a science assembly, workshop, exhibit, or mobile laboratory that can come to your school wherever you are.
  • Leon M. Lederman Science Education Center: Located at Fermilab. Over twenty-five education programs aiming to develop habits of mind through inquiry.
  • MIT Council on Primary and Secondary Education: Offers programs for K-12 students and MIT students, and resources for parents and teachers as well as MIT alumni.
  • MSNucleus: Access to the K-12 Integrating Science, Math, and Technology Reference Curriculum is now FREE.
  • Massive: A searchable database for educational math and science songs to assist in rote learning.
  • Microscopy Educational Resources for K-12 Education: These sites are especially helpful for bringing the Microworld into the class room. Many other resources are listed in the Guide to Microscopy.
  • Middle School Physical Science Resource Center: Reviews of textbooks and other teaching materials, essays, newsletter, and forums. Suggestions for site improvements and future reviews welcomed. A project of North Carolina State University.
  • Mike's Notes: In ezine format, the site provides a searchable database of back issues. Provides content on multiple science fields, together with hyperlinks for each topic.
  • NASA Education: Links to all aspects of NASA's extensive education resources, including news, programs for children and adults, student resources, and calendar of events.
  • NASA's Space Science Activities for Students: Space science activities for elementary and secondary students in astronomy, physics, life sciences, and space technology.
  • National Science Olympiad 2005 : University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign: Schedule, list of events, registration, details about lodging and nearby hardware supply stores, UIUC promotional materials, and contact information.
  • Negashte: A student magazine from Tehran, with mathematics and physics content. In both Iranian and English.
  • Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE): Education and training programs in science.
  • PathFinder Science Network: Science education programs for students of all ages in biology, chemistry, and earth science. GIS and modeling technologies are used to study student collected data.
  • Physchem: Activities, lesson outline and assignments for level 10 to level 12 physics and chemistry classes (in high school).
  • Planet Science: Designed to stimulate the imagination about science and technology. Provides science resources for primary and secondary school students and their teachers.
  • Powers of Ten: Start 10 million light-years from the Milky Way galaxy and wind up face to face with a proton in Florida.
  • Project 2061: The American Association for the Advancement of Science's site on reforms of science, mathematics, and technology education.
  • Project Dragonfly: A great place for 4th to 6th grade children to learn about science.
  • QEC Science Education: A diverse set of resources for science students and science educators dedicated to improving learning outcomes.
  • Resources for Scientists Teaching Science: Creative teaching ideas from scientists, who also teach. Designed for instructors who are interested in teaching courses that use writing as a tool to engage students in active learning.
  • Royal Science: Learn about the various fields of science, what they are, and where to find more fun information.
  • SCORE Science: In addition to the Teacher's Place resources for teachers,the Kid's Corner has HOT links to science activities, and Ask A Scientist provides additional science resources for students.
  • Sandlot Science: Interactive optical illusions, games, science projects, fun puzzles, and distortions.
  • Sci-Math WORLD: An Interactive Internet Workshop: Provides annotated Web links to relevant science and math subjects arranged as directories and portals, searchable sites, search engines, and interactive Web sites.
  • Science Activities Manual: K-8: "Hands-on" activities based on the National Science Education Standards. Covers many science topics.
  • Science Books and Films: The AAAS review journal for science materials for all ages, including reviews and recommendations for books, videos, software, and web sites.
  • Science Education Digests: Topical articles for educators, produced for the U.S. Department of Education ERIC clearinghouse.
  • Science Education Links: References, resources and annotated links for secondary school science teachers and trainees. University of Sydney.
  • Science Explained: Online science lessons on a wide variety of subjects, including the cloning of Dolly the sheep, the Montserrat volcano, water on the Moon, Martian fossils, and the "chicken flu."
  • Science Friday Kids' Connection: Hyperlinked lesson plans, summaries, and related materials to topics previously discussed on the show.
  • Science Learning Network: Community of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry science education. Site contains a variety of inquiry-posed problems, information, demonstrations, and labs.
  • Science Links: Reviews of a wide range of science-related sites for science students and teachers. Reviews indicate curriculum relevance of sites, age suitability and suggestions for use of sites in teaching science.
  • Science Master Image Galleries: Picture galleries containing a collection of images relating to science and nature topics.
  • Science Olympiad: Purchase an instructional video that details essential elements of Science Olympiad's Wright Stuff (rubber band-propelled airplanes) competition.
  • Science Online: Dictionary of scientific terms and scientists and science news. In French but with access from English terms.
  • Science Online: Fee-based subscription site, providing a free tour of the resources available. These include an information bank, animated models, simulations, professional development, experiments online, and teacher presentations.
  • Science Oxygen: Provide the basic information according to the school course schedule for biology, mathematics, physics, and chemistry.
  • Science Resources: Large index of science related internet resources created by Nerd World Media.
  • Science Shack at BBC Online: Get answers to science questions, look for experiments to do, and sample some free online courses.
  • Science Teacher Resources: Worksheets, lesson plans, and activities for teaching K-12 science classes.
  • Science Teachers' Resource Center: Site is for science teachers to share ideas such as labs, demonstrations and any other information to which teachers wish to grant public access.
  • Science Technologies: Our company develops multimedia instructional technologies for the sciences. This includes CDs and websites for textbooks. We specialize in Flash and Chime.
  • Science U: Interactive exhibits and multimedia articles and activities.
  • ScienceAware: Offering downloadable safety checklists, quizzes, and other handouts, as well as access to other free lab-safety materials developed especially for high school science teachers and students.
  • ScienceDaily Magazine: Free, advertising-supported online magazine that provides news about the latest discoveries and hottest research projects in everything from astrophysics to zoology.
  • ScienceIQ.com: A science fact sent by email each workday. Large online archive. Free trial subscription.
  • ScienceMaster: Links to specific scientific disciplines. Offers features, columnists articles, homework helper, science topics for discussion, books and software links, downloads, and email.
  • ScienceNetLinks: Resource for K-12 science educators.
  • Sciencefinder: A wealth of information for teachers and students of science, especially but not exclusively for British high schools.
  • Sciencetechnician.com: The site for science techncicians in schools, colleges and universities. Home of the SCITECH-L Discussion List, and Scitech Forums.
  • Sciensational.com: Fun to read science facts and trivia presented in a very pleasant manner!
  • Sheppard's Science Resources: Over 800 links organized alphabetically in over 40 categories.
  • Solution Archive Solutions of College Level Science Problems: Worked out answers to science problems, including advanced mathematics, physics, dynamics, computer science and chemistry.
  • Sonoma State University Educational Resources: A combination of lesson plan sites and `resource` links for physics, astronomy, and related fields.
  • SwRI's Lighter Side: Engineers and scientists are available to answer questions. The site also features an archive of past enquiries.
  • Synergy Learning, Inc.: Specializes in math, science and design technology for K-8 students. Encourages life-long learning in teachers, and educational techniques through on-site workshops, short courses. magazines, and supply list recommendations, using everyday concepts.
  • TeachOne: Has links for science teachers, biology teachers in particular, as well as general education links. Includes useful sites for lesson planning and searching the internet.
  • Teachers Experiencing Antarctica and the Arctic: Program that sponsors research experiences in the polar regions for U.S. elementary and secondary school teachers. Includes program information, journals and other reports from current and past participants, and related classroom activities.
  • The Bubblesphere: All about soap bubbles. Bubble blowing, solutions, history, fun, Java games, bubble machines and trivia.
  • The ENC Digital Dozen: Each month the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse selects a dozen useful math and science sites for teachers and students. Includes archives.
  • The Exploration Network (EXN): Discovery Channel Canada Online covers science, technology, nature and adventure.
  • The GLOBE Program: A worldwide hands-on, primary and secondary school-based education and science program.
  • The Gender & Science Digital Library (GSDL): Aims to provide high-quality digital resources to help educators promote interest and engagement with STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education by learners of all ages, particularly females; encourage learners to pursue science education and future careers in science; provide an inter-disciplinary examination of the role of gender in the creation, teaching and learning of science; and build community among interested users for the purposes of inquiry, information exchange, best practices development and mentoring.
  • The Great Web of Science: Providing links for science, astronomy, biology, chemistry, electronics, medicine, meteorology, oceanography,physics and space.
  • The Science Campus: A `resource` for science and technology courses. Online theory items, feedback forum.
  • The Science Eye: Science and environmental education specialists offer science awareness through simulated classroom safaris for all ages.
  • The Science House at North Carolina State University: A learning outreach program with a mission to work with K-12 teachers to emphasize the use of hands-on learning activities in science and mathematics. Forum; annotated directory of links; and searchable resources for science, math and for hands-on activities in general.
  • The Science Spot: Resource for educators and students. The Science Classroom and the Kid Zone are to make learning fun.
  • The Sciences Explorer: Learn something new about math, biology, chemistry, and physics, and try innovative activities that introduce key concepts. An entry in the Thinkquest 97 contest.
  • The Subaru National Science Teaching Awards: Designed to celebrate science educators who are catalysts in the classroom. Site also has science news,teaching resources, an idea exchange, and a science teacher survey.
  • The Third International Mathematics and Science Study: Responses to issues regarding 12th-Grade TIMSS.
  • The Visible Human Explorer: This demonstration exhibits the user interface for remote access to the National Library of Medicine's Visible Human digital image library. Users can visualize the library, browse contents, locate data of interest, and retrieve desired images.
  • Toyota TAPESTRY Grant: Each year, the Toyota TAPESTRY Grants for Teachers program awards 50 grants of up to $10,000 each to K-12 teachers of science in the fields of environmental science and physical science applications. Toyota TAPESTRY projects demonstrate creativity, involve risk-taking, possess a visionary quality, and model a new way of presenting science.
  • TryScience.org: Content is contributed by science centers and museums worldwide and constantly changes.
  • U.S. Department of Energy: A friendly portal through which energy and science education resources can be accessed and enjoyed.
  • UVM Design Tasc Competition: Annual competition for high school students, in which math and physics concepts are put into practice.
  • UniServe Science: Disseminate information and innovative materials relating to science teaching throughout Australia. Contains tertiary and secondary school resources, publications, information on academic courses and professional development workshops, and discussion mailing lists.
  • Virtual World of Animated Gifs and Java Applets for Education: Promoting the use of animated gifs and Java applets in the teaching of science. The site has samples and shows how these may be incorporated into websites and PowerPoint slides for use in education.
  • Volcano World: Brings modern and near real-time volcano information to school kids.
  • Whelmers: Includes activities that use everyday objects to illustrate mathematical principles.
  • World Wide Web Instructional Committee: An ad hoc `group` of North Dakota State University faculty dedicated to developing internet-based learning pages. Details the efforts of our group. Current projects include visual educational research in computer science, biology, geology, and anthropology.

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