This website is for teachers of biology in schools and colleges. It is a collection of experiments that demonstrate a wide range of biological concepts and processes.
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Education resources to support teachers and promote science in the curriculum
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KS3 Science Blog • Wednesday, May 13th, 2009 Here is an excellent resource area for How Science Works
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NT Science Poweroint presentations for key stage 3
Science word search puzzles matched to KS3 QCA units
The Standards Site: Science at key stage 3 This scheme shows how the science programme of study for key stage 3 can be translated into manageable units of work.
Scibermonkey top picks A lesson plan exploring issues of measurement, such as precision, range of values, uncertainty or error, repeat measurements and mean values. Force applied to a load can produce ?
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Music can make the driest scientific concepts entertaining, or even hilarious. Catchy tunes about DNA blend genetics with jokes. Ballads about the heart and pi bring dull facts to life. Here are some of our favorite videos that show how hard science rocks. 9. The Sun is a Mass of Incandescent Gas Top 10 Scientific Music Videos | Wired Science
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Radical Raisins [lesson plan] (Hattie Chung and Ann Liu, NCSSM, 2006) Plastic Milk [lesson plan] (Hattie Chung and Ann Liu, NCSSM, 2006) The Collapsing Can and Thermal Expansion of Gases [lesson plan] (Michael Pham, NCSSM, 2006) Colors Behind the Black [lesson plan] (Hattie Chung and Ann Liu, NCSSM, 2006) Lets be Molecules! [lesson plan] (Hattie Chung and Ann Liu, NCSSM, 2006) Invisible Ink [lesson plan] (Hattie Chung and Ann Liu, NCSSM, 2006) Different Levels of Density [lesson plan] (Hattie Chung and Ann Liu, NCSSM, 2006) Magical Goo [lesson plan] (Hattie Chung and Ann Liu, NCSSM, 2006) Mini Geysers!
The Differentiator is a simple web app that helps you create objectives based on Bloom's Taxonomy. You simple click on the thinking skill, content, resources, product, or group tabs and then select what you want the student to do by clicking on the sub categories. For example, on the Thinking Skill tab, you can chose Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, or Creating and then a sub-term. Differentiator - free web app to help teachers differentiate using Blooms Taxonomy
Yah, I know some of us are winding down from schooling for the summer months, but I can’t help but stay on the lookout for resources I know I’m going to be needing again all too soon. I’ve come across some interesting science things of late that I want to check out – perhaps you, too, can find something useful. For your perusal:
Lesson and Lab Exchange Choose from hundreds of free, downloadable science lessons shared by Terrific Science staff and program graduates. National Chemistry Week These free, downloadable science activities are great for quick classroom experiences or fun student take-homes. For in-depth lessons and more detailed science explanations, see the source books listed for each activity or schedule one of our hands-on workshops.
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