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This site is designed to be a sharing site for science teachers from near and far! Please feel free to place your science resources here in the appropriate category


Getting Started with wikis

Click Here for some great tutorials on using wikispaces!




Astronomy


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Biology



Chemistry




Earth Science



Environmental Science




Physics




General Science


Market Place for the Mind
Science Animations
Future Channel of Science and Tech
http://www.learningscience.org/index.htm - free science animations from all over the world for any topic in K-12 science. Quia Science
Chem Collective
http://www.learningscience.org/index.htm - free science animations from all over the world for any topic in K-12 science.

Tops Science Activities- 45 free labs and ideas.
MIT High School Resources- More than 2600 video and audio clips, lecture notes, and assignments, all categorized
BrainPOP-Not only science resources, but other subject areas as well.
Project Exchange-Teacher developed projects in science and other subject areas as well.
Songs for Teaching-Website contains both lryics and soundclips to use in the science classroom and others as well.
Interactive Link for Science--There are many interactive opportunities at this site.
Hippocampus - This site has interactive lessons that coorespond to many text book companies.
National Geographic
Awsome Science Teacher Resources

CFF Science web 2.0 examples


Taking It Global ed.


mrsmaineswiki


blogmeister


Lessons

Jason Project - Free 21st Century lesson about Weather, students watch videos, complete labs, etc




Dump Box

A Moment of Science
If you are even a little bit interested in the world around you these two-minute radio programs are just for you--and you don't need to know anything about science! These vignettes remove some of the mystery from science, but not the wonder. A Moment of Science makes you think "Wow, that's neat!" and go tell somebody else about it. There's no end to the topics covered, and you the listener can add to the list by sending questions to [[mailto:amos@indiana.edu|amos [at] indiana.edu]].
If you have some resources and you do not know where they belong, drop them here. One of our local experts will place them in the appropriate catagory.