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- A free website dedicated to learning through exploration and communication.
- Ask Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde - Answers to a variety of science and technology questions, including questions you never thought to ask.
- Assignments 'R' Us - Offers mathematics, physics and chemistry assignment assistance.
- Athena - Earth and space science resources for K-12 from NASA.
- Attaining Excellence Through TIMSS - Resources for learning about and discussing the Third International Mathematics and Science Study, including related reports, data and commentaries.
- BBC Science - A resource to many science topics currently in the news and links to sites on topics such as cloning, genetics, and electricity.
- BETR World Science and Computer Education - Offering information on classes and camps for science and computer education in Maryland and Virginia.
- Beyond Discovery - A series of articles that trace the origins of important recent technological and medical advances. Each story reveals the crucial role played by basic science.
- Bill Nye the Science Guy - Online science laboratory. Includes learning activities and show information.
- Brainium - A curriculum-based, online environment where teachers and students can share ideas, experiments and activities.
- Candis Mitchell's Science Teacher's Site - Designed to help educators search for internet material /">Solution Archive Solutions of college-level science problems - Solutions of college-level science problems, including but not limited to: advanced mathematics, physics, dynamics, computer science and chemistry. Interactive submission, trading and discussion of original science solutions.
- SwRI's Lighter Side - Engineers and scientists are available to answer questions. The site also features an archive of past enquiries.
- TeachOne - Has links for science teachers, biology teachers in particular, as well as general education links. Includes useful sites for lesson planning and searching the internet.
- The Third International Mathematics and Science Study - Responses to issues regarding 12th-Grade TIMSS.
- Toyota TAPESTRY Grant - Each year, the Toyota TAPESTRY Grants for Teachers program awards 50 grants of up to $10,000 each to K-12 teachers of science in the fields of environmental science and physical science applications. Toyota TAPESTRY projects demonstrate creativity, involve risk-taking, possess a visionary quality, and model a new way of presenting science.
- TryScience.org - Content is contributed by science centers and museums worldwide and constantly changes.
- UniServe Science - Disseminate information and innovative materials relating to science teaching throughout Australia. Contains tertiary and secondary school resources, publications, information on academic courses and professional development workshops, and discussion mailing lists.
- U.S. Department of Energy - Science websites for kids.
- UVM Design Tasc Competition - UVM's Design Tasc is a annual competition for high school students, in which math and physics concepts are put into practice.
- Virtual World of Animated Gifs and Java Applets for Education - Promoting the use of Animated Gifs and Java Applets in the teaching of Science. The site has samples of Animated Gifs and Java Applets and shows how these may be incorporated into websites and PowerPoint slides for used in education.
- The Visible Human Explorer - This demonstration exhibits our Visible Human Explorer user interface for remote access to the National Library of Medicine's Visible Human digital image library. Users can visualize the library, browse contents, locate data of interest, and retrieve desired images.
- Wanna Learn - A collection of free, online lessons, courses, tutorials, and instructionally-oriented websites on science topics.
- WestEd - Assessment in Science Education: The Middle Years - Review of book is provided, explains the target audience, pricing and availability.
- Whelmers - Science activities that will catch the eye and mind of even the most indifferent student.
- World Wide Web Instructional Committee - An ad hoc group of North Dakota State University faculty dedicated to developing internet-based educational sites. This website details the efforts of our group. Current projects include visual educational research in computer science, biology, geology, and anthropology.