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View Resource Teach-nology: Science

Teach-nology.com is "intended to bring educators into the world of teaching with technology...by providing links to valuable and useful information relative to current and best practices in the field of education." Visitors will find the links categorized by subject, including archeology, astronomy, chemistry, earth science, lesson plans, physics, sites to use with students, and several others....

View Resource Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

With a growing number of interactive websites, the Smithsonian National Museum is evolving into a hub for national and international electronic education. There are over twenty online exhibits, each containing extensive topical information, histories of the Museum collection items referenced in each exhibit, virtual tours and other online interactive activities. Online information on traveling...

View Resource National Museum of Natural History: Lesson Plans & Classroom Resources

The National Museum of Natural History has a myriad of exciting resources for those who wish to help young people learn about natural history. On the site, visitors can make their way through three sections: Lesson Plans, Web-based Student Activities, and Resources for Teachers & Classrooms. In the Lesson Plans area, visitors can browse resources that include the Ocean Portal, which features...

View Resource AnthroNotes: Museum of Natural History Publication for Educators

AnthroNotes is an online publication for anthropology educators offering in-depth articles on current anthropological research, teaching activities, reviews of new resources, and summer fieldwork opportunities. The mission of the publication is to more widely disseminate original, recent research in anthropology in order to help readers stay current in the field; to help those teaching...

View Resource MIT OpenCourseWare: Anthropology

MIT has been receiving praise from around the world for their OpenCourseWare initiative, which they started several years ago. Interested self-learners and educators have appreciated the ability to look at lecture materials and syllabi from all over the world, and they have received testimonials from Malaysia, the United Kingdom, and Mexico. One of the subjects that they cover is anthropology,...

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