MnSTA Collected Science Links
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Reform & Technology in Education
To support teachers in online science education for all, the Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility working group of MnSTA developed a screencast in Google slides to support your work with all students. The screen cast overviews Universal Design for Learning, includes tips for preparing online content and instructional methods and provides resources to support teachers in learning more about accessibility features on both MAC and PC platforms. If you prefer a Google Slide Deck version, go here:https://tinyurl.com/
The Argumentation Toolkit is a collection of resources designed to help teachers understand and teach scientific argumentation.
This flexible, project-based curriculum teaches students how to solve challenges facing their communities—and communities around the world—by applying principles of scientific research and design thinking. Aligned to Next Generation Science Standards, this do-it-yourself kit offers engaging ways for students to build STEM knowledge, as well as 21st-century skills like critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication.
Invitations to Inquiry are short instructional activities designed to help middle and high school students work with large data sets. The activities engage students with community and citizen science data from projects hosted on FieldScope.
Free Open-Source Curriculum Materials By and For Teachers