Benchmarks for Science
Literacy - What students should know about science, math, and technology by the time they
graduate from high school. This guide to instruction and the writing of a curriculum has been
developed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Science NetLinks - Lesson plans and web
resources of K-12 science teachers from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
125 Great Science Videos - From Astronomy to Physics and Psychology. This are videos which may be found on YouTube, and this list is from the Open Culture web site.
Appcrawlr - Search for apps by subject and platform.
Learning Science - Here you will find links to new online technologies for
teaching science, links to science sites which are related to the science learning standards, and cool learning tools for math. This is a collaborative project of Temple University, and teachers in Bucks County (PA) schools.
Learner.org - Professional development and teaching resources. Videos marked VoD may be watched online. This site is by the Annenberg Foundation.
42 eXplore - Teaching ideas and related web sites for a variety of science topics.
Why are Things Colored? - This site could be used for anatomy, art, physics, or several other disciplines. There are lesson plans. This a Smithsonian Web Exhibit.
Who Did It? - Using forensics to hone science and laboratory skills. This is a unit for middle or high school science students. It is an introduction to laboratory investigation which would be appropriate for general science, biology, or bio-technology. It is from Teacher's First.
The Center for Science Education - Space
Sciences. A directory of educational projects funded by NASA which may be searched by topic or grade level.
This site is provided by the University of California at Berkeley
Earth and Sky - Activities to accompany the daily radio program, and
also links to lesson plan and science sites.
Amazing Space - Astronomy lessons, teaching tools, and a video about the
Space.Com - This site provides current news of the space program, and also
information on space, astronomy and Project SETI. It is a commercial site and sells books, astonomy programs and other materials.
Eyes on the Sky, Feet on the Ground -
Hands on Astronomy Activites for Kids. There are activities for studying the rotation of the earth, mapping,
time and calendars, and the solar system and the moon.