Category Archive: STEM

Feb 11

Virtual Math Manipulatives

Three excellent sources for online, virtual math manipulatives: National Library of Virtual Manipulatives NCTM Illuminations – Click Activities for virtual manipulatives Glencoe Manipulatives  

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Jan 24

National Geographic Young Explorer – great listen & read P-1 resource!

An amazing resource with listen and read “magazines” on a variety of topics for P & grade 1! http://ngexplorer.cengage.com/ngyoungexplorer/index.html These “magazines” include photographs of the quality you’d expect from National Geographic!

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Dec 05

Five Amazing Videos That Show Why Science is Awesome

The five videos listed at the MindShift site would be great conversation starting points.  The third one may be slow to load… if so, be patient.

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Sep 13

ChemReference

ChemReference: Periodic Table is a very slick representation of the Periodic Table with information laid out well as well as links (along the right) to additional resources and information.  This would be a good reference for high school chemistry students.

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Sep 13

11 Resources for Teaching and Learning About the Forces of Nature

A very good list of resources for teaching and learning about the forces of nature provided here by Free Technology for Teachers.

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Sep 13

The History of Everything!

The ChronoZoom Project is an amazing, visual representation of … everything!

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Sep 13

Space resources for your Interactive Whiteboard

This page at The Whiteboard Blog has some great Space Resources for your Interactive Whiteboard

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Jun 06

Tour the Universe via Your Interactive Whiteboard

You don’t need an interactive whiteboard for these sites, but if you have one that’s great!  These are some great sites for seeing the motion of the plants, phases of the moon and other great stuff related to our universe! Note: The link for The Moon’s Phases should be http://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/interactives/science/earthandbeyond/phases/

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