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Interactive Weather Forecast - 0 views

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    Make your own weather forecast for the next five days. Using the information you know create a forecast
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Science resources - 1 views

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    Teaching teachers to facilitate.Motivating students to learn.
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Science Misconceptions - 1 views

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    All children's conceptual frameworks develop from their experiences and change as they mature. However, frequently their intuitive understanding of the world around them does not agree with the scientific explanation. It is important in planning instruction to know how these naïve conceptions differ from the scientific explanation, and why children construct these ideas. The reasong for exploring learners' ideas parallels the theory that students' ideas constrained and channelled learning, so knowledge of students' ideas should inform teaching.
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Digital Library for Earth System Education - 0 views

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    The EPA's Students for the Environment website offers a number of resources for K-16 learners, including an array of environmental and science based lesson plans, activities and games. Also offered is a Student's Guide to Global Climate Change, which includes a Climate Change Expedition, a trip around to world to explore the effects of climate change.

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Weather PDF with experiments - 1 views

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    Meteorologist created experiments.
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NASA - Arctic Sea Ice Continues Decline, Hits 2nd-Lowest Level - 1 views

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    "Last month the extent of sea ice covering the Arctic Ocean declined to the
    second-lowest extent on record. Satellite data from NASA and the NASA-supported
    National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado in
    Boulder showed that the summertime sea ice cover narrowly avoided a new record
    low."
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Understanding Science: An overview - 2 views

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    "To understand what
    science is, just look around you. What do you see? Perhaps, your hand on the mouse, a computer screen, papers, ballpoint pens, the family cat, the sun shining through the window …. Science is, in one sense, our knowledge of all that - all the stuff that is in the universe: from the tiniest subatomic particles in a single atom of the metal in your computer's circuits, to the nuclear reactions that formed the immense ball of gas that is our sun, to the complex chemical interactions and electrical fluctuations within your own body that allow you to read and understand these words."
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NEPTUNE Canada: Video Gallery - 0 views

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    Several deep-sea video cameras available for viewing. However, the lights are not usually turned on to protect the sensitive deep-sea ecosystems from light pollution.

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Aquifer in a tank, An Earth-Science Experiment - 1 views

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    This simple model is intended for student inquiry into ground-water systems. Have your students try things (within the context of the model), observe what happens, and record and interpret their observations. After this inquiry they will better understand aquifers and the issues of climate, spring flow, environmental protection, and water use that are so hotly debated in Austin and elsewhere in Texas.
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Newton's Apple - 0 views

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    A great science resource.
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Insects & Arthropods - YouTube - 0 views

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    Great simple video describing arthropods
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Kristen's Kindergarten - 0 views

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    Kindergarten classroom!!! Great ideas
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