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View Resource Toolbox Learning Object Repository

The Toolbox Repository is a bank of learning objects available for teachers and trainers to download for free use with their learners. Learning objects are small chunks of e-learning content for easy download and delivery. Over 1500 learning objects supporting a range of industries, training packages and competency units are currently available in the repository. Learning objects range in size...

View Resource Micron's K-12 Educator Resources

Micron believes that supporting math and science education is critical to cultivating tomorrow's technology leaders. That's why Micron provides teachers with opportunities and tools designed to excite students about science, math, and engineering using hands-on, real-world applications. In addition to content rich Web resources, Micron provides classroom presenters, workshops and site visits in...

View Resource Intel Education Initiative: Free Teaching Tools and Resources

This site offers free technology, math, science, and language arts resources for K-12 educators with a special emphasis on project-based collaborative student-centered learning. Intel's 21st century teaching and learning resources are designed to facilitate critical thinking skills, and promote fun science learning activities and questions. The site includes online professional development...

View Resource Science Teacher Project Exchange

This website is a place for teachers to share project based high school curriculum. These activities, resources and assessments can be adapted for the middle school level also. Areas include: -Visual & Performing Arts, -Science, -Language Arts, -Social Studies, -Mathematics, -Digital Design, and -World Language.

View Resource Learn Chemistry: Higher Education Resources

What's the best way to teach chemistry? Some teachers may wish to start with this site, created by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The materials are divided into sections that include Teaching and Learning Chemistry and Teaching and Learning Methods. The bulk of the hands-on classroom materials are located in the Resources area. Activities include "Design Your Own Fireworks Show!" and "Sewage...

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