A great resource for teachers with k-12 ideas as well as workforce information.
http://goenc.com This site was given to me by my University professor and now I have looked around it has great lessons that can be used. Actually covers k-12 lessons which is great as there is not much out there for elementary teachers.
Keywords: lessons, k-12, math, science
This is a site that has great lesson resources uploaded by teachers who have actually used them. There are interactive white board lessons along with traditional lessons. It is a freee resource but you can pay and have storage and even more resources if you so wish http://www.tes.co.uk
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This is an experiment sheet I designed for students to use to help them while they conduct experiments. I modeled it after the Scientific Method. Also, it is easily modifiable and you can input your own sentence stems, graphics, titles, etc.
Keywords: experiment sheet, scientific method, procedures
The basics of Trigonometry will be a tool that we all call the Unit Circle.
Keywords: Trigonometry, Unit Circle, Algebra 2
Find your path through the Next Generation Science Standards with help from the Concord Consortium. Start in the center with a core idea. What do you teach? Add a scientific and engineering practice—or two! Add a crosscutting concept. You've created one path through the NGSS. Use the Concord Consortium resources available for that path below. http://concord.org/ngss/
Keywords: NGSS, standards
Great handout for all science classes. I find it helpful to use when I have a substitute.
Keywords: Scientific videos report
Keywords: Space, PBS
Roll Call That Rocks Procedure · Give a prompt for your students to answer. (I have it written on the board for them to think about and usually do it after the do now, but it could certainly be done at the very beginning) · Start with a different student each day. · Students must answer with one clear sentence to meet common …
Keywords: Roll Call Warm up