We have compiled another list of Science Teacher Internet resources – check them out:
Videos, activities and podcasts for all ages from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.
Teaching the Process of science.
A social networking site for teens who want to protect our planet. Choose a project, connect with others, and make a difference.
Earth & Space Science
National preparedness map and videos on natural disasters.
Explore alternative fuels and the science of engineering.
Space science resources for all age levels from the Center for Science Education at the University of California Berkeley Space Science Laboratory.
Cycles of the Earth and Atmosphere module.
Information about how to save water and why it is important.
Students explore their home community and decide what cultural, scientific and artistic elements are important to a community's success. They discover the extreme martian environment and imagine what life might be like on the red planet. Finally, they create a project that artistically reflects their knowledge of Mars, understanding of community, and hopes for the future. Students share their finished project by posting it in the online gallery.
Earth and space science subjects include lunar geology and regolith, distance to the moon, Apollo landing sites and life support systems.
Biology / Life Science
Tools for sharing ideas and concepts that highlight the role plants play in our lives, and in the world around us.
Bring the undersea world to the classroom via the Internet.
Students learn about rabies, transmission and spread.