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New Resources for Online Learning from PBS
posted on 10:58 AM, April 9, 2020
Check out these blogs from PBS
Take a Virtual Field Trip down the Mississippi this Sunday
posted on 10:14 AM, April 9, 2020
Mighty Mississippi Electronic Field Trip Broadcasts Sunday Join student reporters on a journey down the Mississippi on Sunday, April 12 on TPT’s Minnesota Channel at 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. (Can’t make it on Sunday? Watch online anytime.)
posted on 10:21 AM, April 8, 2020
New! The PhET website now supports activities that are specifically designed for Remote Learning.
Making Molecules: Dot Structures and Ionic Compounds
posted on 10:12 AM, April 8, 2020
This simulation provides practice in building Lewis Dot Structures from atoms and ionic compounds from the component ions.
WISE: Web-Based Inquiry Science Environment
posted on 9:56 AM, April 8, 2020
The Web-Based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE) provides standards-aligned online inquiry science units. Our team is now working directly with teachers to implement, customize, and create web-based distance learning curricula for their students.
Webinars: Engaging Students in Argument Driven Inquiry Online
posted on 9:44 AM, April 8, 2020
These webinars from ADI may help you as you are preparing your online lessons.
Lawrence at Home
posted on 10:57 AM, April 3, 2020
On this site The Lawrence Hall of Science will be sharing fun things for you to do at home or outdoors.
Air Quality Egg
posted on 6:01 PM, April 2, 2020
Air Quality Egg is opening up exclusive educator access to ALL during COVID19 school closures.
posted on 1:40 PM, March 31, 2020
inquiryHub is a research practice partnership engaged in research and development of materials, tools, and processes to promote equitable student learning of STEM.
The Edublogger
posted on 10:24 AM, March 31, 2020
The Edublogger is a blog that helps those involved in education learn about publishing online and using technology in the classroom.
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