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NSDL Science Literacy Maps help teachers connect concepts, standards, and NSDL educational resources by providing a way to see and discover how scientific concepts relate to one another. View the NSDL Science Literacy Maps NSDL provides access to audio, video, and other multimedia resources for science and math education through Apple's iTunes Store. There is no cost to use or download materials from NSDL on iTunes U. View NSDL on iTunes U NSDL.org - The National Science Digital Library
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NISE Home NISE Home The National Institute for Science Education was created and funded by the National Science Foundation for five years from 1996-2001. Additional support was provided by the Helen Bader Foundation, the ExxonMobil Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Graduate School. The NISE Web site contains information on all NISE projects over the five year grant period and includes copies of publications, contacts, and links to related Web sites. While numerous programs including the Systemic Reform project, the Secondary Teacher Education Project, The Why Files, and several College Level One-related projects are ongoing, the information on this site will not be updated after June 30, 2001. National Institute for Science Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison Copyright (c) 1999. The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents.
A collection of classroom ready worksheets for use by teachers with their classes. Pages are synchronized to readings from The Physics Classroom Tutorial and to assignments of The Minds On Physics Internet Modules. And now teachers can purchase the Solutions Guide CD containing complete answers, explanations and solutions to all worksheets. The Physics Classroom

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