Science Links
  • Revised Science Education Standards and Model Curriculum
    Revised Science Education Standards and Model Curriculum from the Ohio Department of Education
  • Science & Literacy Resources
    Boston Public Schools presents a Rationale for Implementation of Literacy Strategies in Science. This site includes awesome resources like the following: Resources for Close Reading in Science, Texts, Questions, and How-to Guides, Complex Text Selections and Boston Public Schools-Developed Text Dependent Questions, Practicing Argumentation through the Common Writing Assignment in Science, etc...
  • Science & Math Resources
    Shout out to the students in an after school math program in Montpelier, Vermont for suggesting this web resource!
     In today's world, giving students a solid background and understanding in math and science is vital. Compared to past decades, there are now more careers than ever that are rooted in math and science fields. This webpage provides links to practical uses of math and science and lets students know that they have access to extra help outside of class and demonstrates how math and science does apply to very real and practical situations.
  • STEM Linx
    NEW! South Carolina's one stop discovery site for STEM learning and resources
  • Tools for Ambitious Science Teaching

    This web site provides tools and resources that support ambitious science instruction at the middle school and high school levels. Ambitious teaching deliberately aims to get students of all racial, ethnic, and class backgrounds to understand science ideas, participate in the discourses of the discipline, and solve authentic problems. We describe 4 core instructional strategies that support this kind of teaching. These “high-leverage” practices make up the Science Learning Framework, and have been selected based on extensive research of how young people learn science, on authentic forms of science activity, and how teachers learn to appropriate new practices.

  • Try Engineering
    Tryengineering.org is a resource for students, their parents, their teachers and their school counselors. This is a portal about engineering and engineering careers, and we hope it will help young people understand better what engineering means, and how an engineering career can be made part of their future. This site includes lesson plans, hands-on experiments and activities for ages 8-18.
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