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.
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.
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.