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learningscience.org is an organization dedicated to sharing the newer and emerging "learning tools" of science education. Tools such as real-time data collection, simulations, inquiry based lessons, interactive web lessons, micro-worlds, and imaging, among others, can help make teaching science an exciting and engaging endeavor. These tools can help connect students with science, in ways that were impossible just a few years ago. Take a look at a few different types of "learning tools" at this link, Tool Examples. At this point in our project we are highlighting some of the best web resources for science concepts. Although our main emphasis is on students, teachers, and parents, really anyone interested in science education will find the site useful and informative.
The teachers area and what you can do here
This area of the website has been specifically created for teachers. You can use this area of the website to help your students get the most out of their visit.
When you register with the website you will be able to:
- Allow your students to access key stage specific information.
- Distribute quizzes and other educational materials amongst your students and communicate with them about their learning experiences through their own personal pages.
Centre of the Cell
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Over the years, TeachersFirst has created a number of lessons and instructional units that have proven popular with our users. While these are all listed in the various TeachersFirst subject pages, we have also listed them here. We hope this list will simplify searching for those of you who have used these resources in the past, and that they will provide new users with a quick introduction to some of the material available on our site.
TeachersFirst Instructional Units
TeachersFirst: Gated Blogs for the Classroom
Science and Technology of WWII
Math For Kids - By KidsNumbers.com
Kids Around the World | Home
My Hero is a site where students can write about people they view as...heroes. You can register and create a multimedia webpage about your choices, but, even better (at least, in my view), you can go to the Guestbook area and write a short piece that appears immediately (there are automatic filters to screen content, plus it's manually screened later).
The MY HERO Project Homepage
Topical units to date focus on Japan in the modern world. Units in development extend to early-modern and modern China. The thrust of these explorations extends beyond Asia per se, however, to address "culture" in much broader ways--cultures of modernization, war and peace, consumerism, images of "Self" and "Others," and so on.
Images of every sort are introduced and examined here--in partnership with contributing institutions and collections, and with the collaboration of experts devoted to transcending the printed word and hard-bound text.
MIT Visualizing Cultures
MVU CareerForward - Take the Challenge
"Welcome to LabWrite! LabWrite guides you through the entire laboratory experience, from before you walk into the lab to after you get back your graded report."
LabWrite for Students
Excel for Teachers
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Help you and your children explore some of the fundamentals of banking.
Students can find ideas for making money and suggest their own.
Articles on spending money wisely
Students share their favorite piggy banks.
Games and information for kids
Quiz game for kids with information on real vs. fake money.
Teachers can set up different games for students to play.
Game for students to try starting a business and watching money grow.
Virtually tour hundreds of factories to see how they work
For teachers Stop Disasters provides fact sheets to distribute to students about each type of natural disaster. Stop Disasters also provides teachers with teaching guides, lesson plan ideas, and links to additional reference materials.
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