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Elementary Middle School Science Resources

Elementary Science Teacher Resources

TeachersScience: the systematic study that organizes knowledge by testable explanations and predictions of our universe. Below are the resources to help a teacher instill, in their students, the skills necessary for success.
Advice Glossary Science Projects Calculator Science
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Resources for Teaching Elementary School Science

By National Science Resources Center of the National Academy of Sciences and the Smithsonian Institution

Elementary Science Teacher Education: International Perspectives on ...

edited by Ken Appleton

Science Stories: Science Methods for Elementary and Middle School Teachers

By Janice Koch
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Syvum Science Spot The Flame Challenge
101 Science Science For Kids Bill Nye The Science Guy
Jeffeson Lab Science Jokes  
Orkin Science Education Resources for Teachers
Hiccup's Science Workshop (Partner)
This website features science projects and experiments you could easily do at home. It also features science news for kids, free printables and worksheets with a focus on the earth sciences and the scientific method.
Georgia Tech NASA ePDN Electronic Professional Developent Network
Free online professional development courses for STEM teachers - we have courses in the areas of robotics, project-based inquiry learning, and statistics and technology integration. Those that complete the courses will get continuing education units (CEUs) that they can use towards their state's re-certification requirements (assuming they got prior approval that the CEUs would transfer). No sort of degree credit is given for the courses.The courses are between two and six weeks long, depending on the course. They are 100% online so teachers need to have access to a dedicated computer that has a good internet connection, usually a home computer is best due to firewalls and restricted access on school computers. Besides a computer, only the Robotics course really requires any outside materials - a LEGO NXT Mindstorm kit.