Here are some web sites that you
may find helpful. Feel free to share any links that you come across that others
might be able to use.
This is the
link for signing up for the webinar. You will print your certificate of
participation and turn it in.
Here is a link to a set of tests that will help you identify areas of weakness
in science and then it will provide you with a list of resources to help you.
This can be very helpful as you prepare for your subject area exam!
Catalog for science materials. You can order online or have them mail you the
you need to know about magnets. Lesson plans and background information. They
also teach lessons in schools.
This site has lesson plan ideas as well as other resources for
A collection of
teaching and reference materials developed by the CDC to introduce knowledge and
skills utilized by public health professionals.
Classroom unit on marine ecology, human impacts on the ocean, and ocean
conservation. maps, color illustrations, and videos.
Beautiful pictures and videos to incorporate into your lessons. There are also
materials that you can access with a free registration on the site.
Provides links to
several online resources.
to FDA's Center for Food Safety and Nutrition.
game based on Cornell University's Pathogen Tracker. Students become Foodborne
Illness Investigators. :)
A site to
promote healthy eating. Encourages making healthy choices.
created this helpful Lib Guide. Many great resources! (See the website tab for
science folder ideas)
This is the Florida Standards site. Please pay special attention to the tab next
to each standard that says "Related Instructional Resources". This tab will take
you to lessons that are linked to that standard. :)
This is part of the NSTA site. It is a compilation of great science tradebooks.
Very helpful for integrating language arts!
Maybe your new best friend when it comes to teaching science. Many resources
Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS) official site.
http://tnst.randolphcollege.edu/ Lesson plans and
videos demonstrating experiments can be found here.
Check this site for FREE materials and lessons for future use.
http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php This is
the site to use to create or adapt pre-created rubrics for many different
subjects and topics.
http://www.sciencebuddies.org/ Direct link to
science folder ideas.