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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 Universcale

Nikon has created this site to help gain a scale of prospective versus the size of things. "We are able to view all entities, from the microworld to the universe, from a single perspective. By setting them up against a scale, we are able to compare and understand things which cannot be physically compared. Today, using the electron microscope and astronomical telescope, we can see the objects...

View Resource The Art of Teaching the Arts: A Workshop for High School Teachers

Teaching the arts is, as one might expect, an art in itself, and teachers young and old alike will find much to engage their attention on this delightful website. Created as part of the Annenberg Media's educational resource website, this site offers an eight-part professional development workshop for use by music, theater, dance, and visual art teachers. The site includes all eight of the one...

View Resource Design Principles

Design Principles for Interactive Texts is a fun-to-use interactive text on the effective design of interactive texts for education. It summarizes basic principles of interface design from studies in psychology, skills-training, education, art & design, and other sources, illustrating the principles with many examples. The text should be of interest to anyone designing presentations,...

View Resource Structures 2

The Open CourseWare Initiative delivers high-quality educational resources from the world's universities to thousands of people around the world. This fine offering from the University of Michigan looks into the "basic principles of elastic behavior for different materials such as wood, steel, concrete, and composite materials and compares the properties and applications of materials generally."...

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