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Science & Plants for Schools
Screenshot This website, hosted by Science & Plants for Schools (SAPS), is designed to help teachers "bring plant science alive." While the resources are organized according to the standards of the British school system, educators and enthusiasts the world over will find much to appreciate. Readers may like to scout the site by grade level, including Primary and Secondary. The Students section reveals sections devoted to plant-related Project Ideas, as well as Careers in Biology and Further Study. In addition, the SAPS Image Collection, which can be located under the library tab, provides over 200 freely downloadable photos for use in PowerPoints, worksheets, and posters. Finally, readers may link to...
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Thinking Mathematics!: A Resource...
James Tanton's website offers a number of resources for math teachers, including instructional videos, puzzles, essays, and more. Tanton is a mathematics...
Science Friday Educator...
Launched in 2016, the Science Friday Educator Collaborative invites experienced science educators around the country to collaborate with Science Friday staff in...
Smithsonian Science Education...
The Smithsonian Science Education Center offers this collection of nine interactive online games for elementary and middle school students. These games are...
PLOS Collections: Biomaterials
This recent PLOS Collection features a variety of research papers on the topic of biomaterials, or the study of how natural and synthetic materials interact...
Journey to the Center of a Triangle
Created by Bruce and Katherine Cornwell, this film from 1976 includes no narration but still manages to demonstrate a number of geometric properties of a...

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