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- Public television station in Central Arkansas and sponsor of the AETN Public Media Center at the Museum of Discovery
- Exploratorium, the Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception in San Francisco is a great resource for hands-on science education using inexpensive materials.
- Oregon Museum of Science and Industry of Portland.
- The Open Source Physics (OSP) project seeks to enhance computational physics education by providing a central Web site containing computer modeling tools, simulations, curricular resources such as lesson plans, and a computational physics textbook that explains the pedagogic simulations’ algorithms.
- NASA’s website on climate change awareness
- This website has information on subjects such as weather, tides, and satellite technology.
- NASA’s interactive website on space
- Smithsonian Resources for Educators
- National Science Foundation
- NASA for educators
- Teach Space Sciences
- American Museum of Natural History for educators
- National Science Teachers Association links teachers across the country so they can help provide resources and information for each other.
- Discovery Chanel’s Educational resource page
- US Geological Survey maps available and other geological resources
- National Institute of Health has information and resources for teachers on many health subjects
- PBS has numerous resources for teachers, check them out
- American Chemical Society education resources
- A clearing house site for many federal agencies with resources for teaching science
- Go to this page and scroll down to “science” for more links to science resources
- Natural history resources for Arkansas
- Online Physics Games
- A website that makes physics fun for the whole family
- A huge directory of resources on a vast array of subjects
- If you want to know Arkansas’s Geologic History look at here, by Peggy Guccione. The reading level is great for students 5-12 grades.
- Check out Rockhounding in Arkansas’s timescale
- Plus the Arkansas Geological Survey’s timescale, here.
- Science, Math, Engineering and Technology resources are listed on the SMART Portal both alphabetically and linked to Arkansas Standards
- Live Binders are a great way to organize your resources. Here is an example of a Live Binder with science resources.
- SMART Portal
- Delta STEM Education Center
- A website that gathers content developed by teachers, for teachers
- An inspired teacher, Laura Candler, created a website to help provide resources for her fellow teachers.