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1. Science
Adaptive physical Educatiion Other activites Sports, crafts Chico Major/Minor physicalscience, icthyology, luminology an opportunity to teach students here

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Downey Unified School District Science Department Randee Bolt Chambers
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BA: Long Beach College/ Cal Pol, Pomona
Major/Minor - Agricultural Biology, BS; Agricultural Science, MS
Other Activites: Kite flying, Creative Memories scrapbookng, crafts
Griffiths Spirit - "Love GMS, love teaching. I cannot imagine doing anything else." Jamie Garfield - Life Science 7, Physical Science 8
BA: Cal. State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Cal. State University, Long Beach Major/Minor Animal Science Other Activites: Horseback riding, movies Griffiths Spirit - "I'm looking forward to a great year with a great students and faculty." Gloria Johnson - Physical Education, Adaptive Physial Education BA: PE, APE (CSULB) Major/Minor - Science, dance, Adaptive Physical Educatiion Other Activites: Sports, crafts, travel, animals, family

2. Teaching Physical Science In The Outdoors
teaching physical science in the OutdoorsTLCI Particpation in science investigations. Development of instructional activites. Reading to the grade level you teach. sample Produce an
Teaching Physical Science in the OutdoorsTLCI 525
Course: TLCI 525: Teaching Physical Science in the Outdoors Section: PQE1 Reference Number (non-published) Credits: 3 semester hours Room: NIU Rockford Center, 204 INSTRUCTOR Dr. Kenneth King Office: 102 Gabel Hall Phone: 815-753-0384 Internet: Sample Project from Summer 2000: Jill Schimmelpfennig CATALOG DESCRIPTION Study of selected aspects of the physical sciences outdoor environment. Emphasis on teaching and use of research techniques of scientific investigation. PRQ: One course in mathematics and one in natural science or consent of department. COURSE GOAL To examine current reform initiatives in science education and to develop strategies to implement science instruction in an outdoor setting and through the use of community resources. COURSE OBJECTIVES The development of exemplary science education experiences, with particular attention to the use of outdoor and community resources
  • Recognize and implement current movements in science instruction advocated by science reform groups Develop strategies for using resources beyond the classroom for science teaching Development and refinement of effective pedagogy, particularly with respect to science instruction

3. Educational Science Software
life, and physical science CDROMs. Topic include animal anatomy, cell biology, environmental activites, and more ROM program developed to teach the physiological processes involved
Educational Science Software
Your Guide to Science Learning Software on the Web
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  • Agri-Education - publishes multimedia titles on agriculture
  • American Educational Corporation Science Courseware - publishes science courseware for grades 1-12. Subjects include biology, chemistry, physics , and more.
  • Win ] offering chemistry, physics software and more in a format designed for classroom presentation. Developed with Australian schools in mind.
  • Brainviews - publisher of multimedia titles for the study of brain and behavior.
  • Ceres Software - [Win] publisher of high school physical and earth science activities and more on CD-ROM
  • CyberNatural Software - [Win] produces CD-ROMs based on the environmental and biological sciences . Geared towards young adults and children, but recommended for any age.
  • CyberEd - [Win, Mac ] developers of multimedia courseware for biology and chemistry . Also includes links to parent company PLATO's physical science titles.

4. ProTeacher BusyBoard Community
They can experience it everyday. activites can be created and also you can captialize on the teachable will I ever teach physical science! physical science has always been hard
Archive Directory Home Jump to a different board! Busy Board Primary K-3 Intermediate VENT Subject Boards Substitute Teachers Student Teachers Special Education Many More Boards... Start A New Board! "What kind of science do you like to teach?" Report inappropriate posting on this thread Advertisement Rude/Mean Off Topic Cross-Posting Printer Friendly Format Original Message "What kind of science do you like to teach?"
Posted by Laura on Nov-04-03 at 09:07 PM (EST)
Hi all, I'm in graduate school for elementary ed and have a paper to write for which I need to interview elementary teachers. The relevant questions are: what types of science do you enjoy teaching (life, earth, physical)? What type of science do students seem to like best, if any? What type of science is easiest to create activities for? Any input you can provide would be much appreciated! Thanks!
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5. NSTA Institute
Using Robotics to teach Middle School physical Elementary and Middle School physicalscience 11/19 with strategies to integrate literacy with science activites.

6. Schoolmasters Science
Experiment Kits activites. Fuel Cell Car Experiment Kit How Scientists Do science. teach your students basic problemsolving skills Owl Pellets. physical science. Crystal Growing
Experiment with one of the most promising energy sources of the 21st century! Build and experiment with a car that runs on water!. Find out how environmentally friendly fuel cells work. Pour in the water and watch it separate into hydrogen and oxygen, forming a gas to power your vehicle across the floor. Store energy for future use. Conduct more than 30 experiments and demonstrations. Automobile manufacturers are already experimenting with this technology and now so can you! Kit Contains:
Complete reversible fuel cell (hydrocycle system): wire; motor; chassis; axle; gas collector; 4 wheels; solar panel with support; syringe; tube; digital multimeter; test tube; protective goggles; labels; bag of small parts for fuel cell; bag of small electronic parts;comprehensive lab manual with 30 experiements and demonstrations.
30 Experiments Include:
How to build a solar powered car; Effects of direct and indirect radiation; Characteristics of a solar module; Electrolysis and its effects on water; Oxy-hydrogen test; How to construct and load reversible fuel cell; Decomposition of water in the fuel cell; Qualitative and quantitative analysis of gas in a fuel cell; How effecient is electrolysis?; How light influences electrolysis; Solar electrolysis; Fuel cell-powered car. Quantity
How Scientists Do Science
Teach your students basic problem-solving skills!. Challenge them to develop and test a hypothysis which determines the ideal environmental conditions for specially encapsulated sponge animals to emerge from their "cocoons". In the process, they learn the basics of how scientists design experiments, control variables, gather information, summarize and present data, and solve scientific problems. Grades 7-10

check out the teacher section for science activites. resources to help teach and reinforce biology,chemistry, earth science, physical science, and technology.
The Chauvet Cave
An extraordinary archaeological finda decorated paleolithic cave in France.
Combined Caesarea Expeditions
Archaeological excavations at Caesarea Maritima, Israel.
"If it's dinosaurs you want, Dino Don's got 'em!"
Honolulu Community College Dinosaur Exhibit

The Israel National Museum of Science

NOVA Online/PyramidsThe Inside Story

Primate Info Net
The Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
BIOLOGY Access Excellence works to promote the inter-relationship between working scientists and biology teachers.
This site brings you "the world as seen through the eyes of a honeybee." BioChemNet A gateway to the best chemistry and molecular biology educational resources on the Web. The Biology Place Includes interactive tutorials, news and practice exams. Free trial period available. BioTech Searchable databases for bio. and chem. researchers or high school/college students. Botanical Society of North America Cells Alive Dennis Kunkel's Microscopy A collection of images showing the living world (insects, cells, biological molecules) as it appears at high magnification.

8. KanCRN SciLi: Searching For In PHYSICAL
resource for space science, physical science, earth science. Provides information about as long as the activites are not sold learn chemistry, and to help educators teach chemistry

9. Bridge - Lesson Plan Collections
Offers lesson plans, writing activites, art activities, and time environmental dateto teach about lake in the Life sciences, physical science, Earth science
This section links to sites with curriuclum units and large collections of lesson plans and/or classroom activities. For lesson plans and activities on a particular subject , be sure to check the appropriate ocean science topic page. K-12 Elementary Middle School High School K-12 Gulf of Maine Aquarium - A collection of over 100 webpages of information and classroom activities covering: oceans, human impact, weather, satellite imagery, remote sensing, Antarctica, global climate change, lobsters, turtles, freshwater issues and more. SEA K-12 Lesson Plans - From the people that brought you SEA Semester, here is a collection of 16 lesson plans covering marine biology, oceanography, nautical science, and marine ecology. Sustainable Seas Classroom Ideas - "This site is amazing! There is so much to do you'll have trouble getting through it in one sitting. I've had to keep going back into the site as I think of new topics that will come up in our curriculum this year. The lessons and graphics are great-and are printer friendly which makes it easier to copy for use in the classroom. It's really helpful to show students what "real" oceanographers and other scientists are up to. This is a really fun site!" Kimberly, Teacher Grades 9-12 EPA's Environmental Education Center - Find curricula and activities on water (including oceans, rivers and watersheds), air, ecosystems, recycling, conservation, and human health. In addition, you can also link to education grants, awards, scholarships, workshops and community service projects.

10. Mentors And ESU's
Wonderwise kits teach through role modelsreal scientists making List of Materialsfor activites. using Wonderwise in life sciences, physical science, and earth
How to Use Wonderwise Select one of the topics below to learn more about how you can take advantage of the Wonderwise experience in your classroom. The Wonderwise Experience
What's Special About Wonderwise? The Wonderwise Scientists

Wonderwise is Teacher Friendly

List of Materials for Activities
How to Order a Wonderwise Kit
The Wonderwise Experience Click here to see video clip Imagine that your students could learn science from what scientists actually do. That's what Wonderwise is all about. This series of educational kits for 4th to 6th graders features women scientists actively engaged in their work. The kits combine personal insights from scientists with hands-on activities for students. The idea is for students to do science the way scientists do. This makes the learning experience effective and fun. Wonderwise kits use multiple technologies to teach science. The kits include a video profile and a written biography of the scientist, classroom activities, a CD-ROM resource, and special supplies necessary to complete the Wonderwise activities. What's Special About Wonderwise? The Wonderwise Scientists

11. Maryland Science Center: Crosby Ramsey Memorial Observatory: Teacher Resource Li
follows is an overview of the activites you ll and conceptually about 20th Centuryscience and high Others teach a physical concept, like rotation, using the

Crosby Ramsey Memorial Observatory Main Page
Programs The Clark Telescope Photo Gallery ... Recommended Astronomy Links Teacher Resource Links
Teacher Resource Links
On this page I have attempted to gathered a selection of the best astronomy resources for teachers on the web. In these sites, the science material has already been processed into lessons or demonstrations that can be incorporated directly into your curriculum. The sites are arranged into categories, then listed alphabetically. Site descriptions in quotes are provided by the site itself; comments not in quotes are mine. For the page of selected astronomy links, please see Links
Don't miss:
  • Space Science Education Resource Directory - "This web-based directory provides easy access to high-quality, online space science educational resources for teachers and students from kindergarten through high school; produced by NASA's Space Science Education and Public Outreach programs."
  • NASA Spacelink - "NASA Spacelink is one of NASA's electronic resources specifically developed for use by the educational community. Spacelink is a comprehensive electronic library that contains current information related to NASA's aeronautics and space research. Teachers, faculty, and students will find that Spacelink offers not only information about NASA programs and projects, but also teacher guides and pictures that can enhance classroom instruction. While NASA understands that people from a wide variety of backgrounds will use NASA Spacelink, the system is specifically designed for educators and students."

12. THS Faculty
spent outside playing games and participating in many physical activites. math endorsementso I could teach math along He earned a degree in physical science.
Dr. John P. Broberg
School Administrator
The former Superintendent of the Littlefield School District in Arizona, Dr. Broberg also served as the Superintendent of the Shawnee Public Schools in Oklahoma, where he was honored as Administrator of the Year in 1995. He has also served as a junior high school principal in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and as an assistant principal at Shawnee Junior High. He is a certified teacher and counselor in Utah, Oklahoma, and Arizona. Doug Bishop
Assistant Principal

No photo available Julie Fielding
Administrative Assistant
Jana Houston
Business Manager
Tammy Breaud Librarian/Student Support

13. Campus Activites Bulletin Board
in the Clerc Center’s SOARHigh Earth System science Project for the 2004 schoolyear · teach, or plan to teach earth science, physical science or related
The week of May 24, 2004
Shuttle Schedule for Memorial Weekend 2004 [top]
Friday, May 28 Final shuttle to Union Station will depart GUKCC at 5:54 p.m. No Evening or Late Night service. Saturday, May 29 thru Monday, May 31 No shuttle service. Tuesday, June 1 Regular shuttle service resumes at 7:00 a.m. at Union Station. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend.
Summer Literacy InstituteFun, Interactive Learning [top]
* The Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center has put together the best of its literacy workshops and combined them into one high impact week, August 2-6! * Designed especially for parents and caregivers, educators, and other professionals who work with deaf and hard of hearing students, the Literacy Institute provides instruction in the following content areas and much more: o Literacy-It All Connects (Overview of Nine Areas of Literacy) o Reading to Deaf Children: Learning from Deaf Adults o Read It Again and Again o Leading from Behind: Language Experience in Action * For information about workshop details and costs, email Patricia Dabney.
GLOBEHands On Environmental Training [top]
* GLOBE (Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment) is a hands-on environmental science and education program that unites students, educators and scientists from around the world in studying the global environment. * The Clerc Center will offer GLOBE training, July 26-30. * The workshop will train teachers to do the GLOBE measurements with their students, use GLOBE images in the classroom, integrate science activities from the GLOBE on-line curriculum, and create partnerships among students at GLOBE schools around the world. * Register Now! Places are Still Available! Registration fee only $125!!!! * For more information, contact Patricia Dabney or call (202) 654-5855. * The GLOBE Program

14. Untitled Document
2. He will also teach a section of physical Lab science is fitting in very nicelyin our science dept teach 2 health classes and run our activites program, with
Principal's Welcome Administration Staff PVHS News ... College/Career
Center Counselor's Corner Parent
Contributions ... Home PVHS Parents, Thanks to Kathy Izumo, Dawn Di Meglio(sorry, Dawn, if mispelled),
Britt Huff and the multitude of parents who helped out yesterday at
registration. It went well. We registered about 700 students and
will pick up the others the first day of school. We had a few
glitches but everyone pitched in to make it work. It is a difficult
task and a very important day. Also a nice job by the football
parents and kids to wash MANY cars and make some money. THANKS TO
We need your help and once more you have come through. Now, since we are not having an assembly the first day of school, let me introduce our new teachers and office staff. 1. Susan Weber is a great addition to our Foreign Language Dept.

15. KanCRN SciLi: Searching For ENERGY In PHYSICAL
at this site as long as the activites are not The Big Book of physical science EditThe Catalyst Edit learn chemistry, and to help educators teach chemistry.

16. KanCRN SciLi: Searching For PROPERTIES In PHYSICAL
this site as long as the activites are not Projects The Big Book of physical scienceEdit The Catalyst learn chemistry, and to help educators teach chemistry

17. Science2.html
com/h2ou/h2edresources.htm Watershed activites and posters http//www.teachnology.comThis is a of science, Life sciences, physical science, Careers, Informal
The William D. Chamberlain Center for Science and Mathematics Education
Science Education Links to Resources Alternatives to Dissection Ethical Care of Animals in the Classroom Online Resources Lab Safety ... State Organizations Alternatives to Dissection University of California at Davis - Dissection Alternatives This is a comprehensive listing of various dissction alternatives available throught the Internet. These websites are organized by level (college or secondary), animal, and organ system. Net Frog Net Frog provides basic understanding and knowledge of frog anatomy and physiology and the dissection of a frog. The website provides images and video clips of an actual frog disseciton. Each page explores a step in the dissection process, beginning with materials set-up and ending witha review and quiz. Each step in narrated and has images and links to additional facts, movies, and activities. The National Anti-Vivisection Society This program is a free loan program for teachers to chose from extensive state-of-the-art collection of CD-ROMS, videos, software and models-featuring over 16 species.

18. Syllabus
is an active engagement with the content and issues raised through the class activites,discussions or WHAT TO teach. 1 (physical science, Earth/Space, Life).
Home Professional Background Resources
FALL 2000
Instructor: Ralph G. Vedros, Ph.D.
Office: Administration Rm 121A
E-mail: or
Web Page:
Office hours: By appointment
Class Time: Tuesday and Thursday: Section 1 , 11:50 AM - 1:35 PM; Section 2 , 1:45 PM - 3:30 PM

Course Description
Course to Goals Relationship Course Objectives/Evaluation ... Class Schedule Texts Required Gega, Peter C. and Joseph M. Peters, Concepts and Experiences in Elementary School Science , 3rd Edition, Merrill 1998. Recommended Texts on reserve in the library: Gega, Peter C. and Joseph M. Peters, How to Teach Elementary School Science , 3rd Edition, Merrill, 1998 Howe, Ann C. and Linda Jones, Engaging Children in Science , Second Edition, Prentice Hall, 1998 Sherman, Sharon J., Science and Science Teaching , Houghton Mifflin Co. 2000 Selected copies of Activities Integrating Math and Science (AIMS) Selected copies of Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS) Copies of Student Integrated Unit Plans Back to top Course Description: EDUC 410 is a hands-on, minds-on

19. Science
site is sufficient to introduce and teach all basic sections dealing with vocabulary,study questions, activites and related Core Unit physical science Chime.
Science Pre-Kindergarten
  • Lesson Plans Kindergarten
  • Lesson Plans Grade One Core Unit: Animals
  • Saskatoon Public School Division
Twelve web-based lessons
    Animal Printouts
  • Switch Zoo!
    Switch the animals' heads, legs, and tails to make new creatures
    at this surrealistic virtual zoo. Core Unit: Earth
  • The Magic School Bus
The science site is divided into two main areas: kids and parents/teachers. Very much like their CD-ROMs, the kids area is very interactive with games and an art gallery. There are about eight games you can play online, from Monster Bugs to Space Chase. Core Unit: Motion
  • Simple Machines
Some commonly asked questions about simple machines that you can use for a discussion with your class when you begin this topic. You may also want to explore other student activities and lesson plans.

20. Unit Template
S7b; E2a) Scans Skills for the following group activites C1, 3 will develop a PowerPoint slide to teach members of HV3P) Harcourt science - physical science.

Focus Questions


What is force?

Can We Control
Contact Us

May the Force
be with You!

A Grade 3 Standards-Based Science Unit on Force
Developed by the M.I. Smart! Program
and the Third Grade Staff of
Charlestown and Hope Valley Schools Chariho Regional School District - Rhode Island * View Unit Template UNIT OF STUDY: GRADE LEVEL AND CONTEXT: Grade 3 - Physical Science ABSTRACT: This unit may be used prior to beginning a unit on the topic of "Simple Machines" or in conjunction with studies related to "Space Science" STANDARDS TO BE ADDRESSED: Science - Math Language Arts Applied Learning Technology FOCUS QUESTIONS:
  • What is a force? Can we control force and motion? How do forces effect our daily lives?
  • Listed individually for the above activities: V/L = Verbal / Linguistic L/M = Logical / Mathematical M/R = Musical / Rhythmic V/S = Visual / Spatial B/K = Bodily / Kinesthetic Inter = Interpersonal Intra = Intrapersonal Na = Naturalist Gravity Lessons on Gravity: L/M; Intra

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