One of the greatest resource teachers have is each other. It is important for teachers to communicate with one other and share ideas.
Below are helpful Science websites:
Texas Heritage Online- Texas Heritage Online is a combined search tool for special collections from libraries, archives, and museums across Texas. It is designed to help schools meet the primary source requirements in TEKS
PowerMediaPlus- features current content from top educational producers in video, audio, images and more.
NSDL is the nation's online portal for education and research on learning in
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library's vast digital collections in their teaching
ReadWriteThink- International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English offer resources for teachers and students that will aid in reading and language arts education.
Using Technology to Support Instructional Strategies- defines each of Robert Marzano's high-yield strategies, then gives web sites and ideas for technology activities that can be used with each of the strategies.
Earth, Sun and Moon:
Forces in Action:
How we see things:
Light and Dark:
Light and Shadow:
Magnets and springs:
Helping a Plant Grow:
Plants and Animals: