Discovery Education video resources can be accessed at www.unitedstreaming.com . This is a very valuable resource containing educational video lessons and other resources for teachers to use in the classroom, or lab to guide students in the lab setting and learning process. Background information on each topic and quizzes are readily available in most cases.
Want to engage your students in education? Then visit www.engagingeducation.net to find a variety of free resources, tutorials, and links to help your students create media projects for science, math or any other subject. Enjoy!
Students will understand the relationship of the nine planets in our solar system to the sun by creating a three-dimensional representation using balloons and paper mache. Students will also understand the planets’ relative distance from the sun and their approximate size in relation to the Earth. http://school.discoveryeducation.com/lessonplans/programs/classroomplanetarium/
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DNAi is an interactive site for classroom use. It is geared to high school but could be used with middle school honors/gifted students. If teachers register for the website, it lets you create your own website with lesson plan building etc for your students only. Additionally, you can download 15 lesson plans for use in your classroom. Plans include objectives, national education standards, student worksheets, and more! URL: http://www.dnai.org/index.htm
Overview of the Role of Science Research Projects at Zion Science projects are often met with a sigh of resignation from both students and parents. Students look ahead to lots and lots of work that is not something they can easily avoid by getting it out of a book. Parents perhaps think back to their own days as a student and their own experiences doing science projects. They may feel that this project is being assigned to them as well. Let us start this year with a fresh perspective …