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Infographics in the Classroom: A Place to Start

This web resource from Teachers First provides some great resources for creating real lesson plans you can use in your classroom. This link will...

A Flipped Classroom in Action

In this video, Chemistry teacher Rachel Nixon explains to her students what "flipped" instruction means in her class and how that connects to student...

Google Science Fair: What is it?

Ever heard of the Google Science Fair? No? This video is a short description of some of the amazing things previous winners have done. Are your...

Google Science Fair: Highlights

This video showcases finalists from the 2015 Google Science Fair.  The students put a voice to their work and experiences as participants in the...

What is Flipped Learning?

In this video, a science teacher talks about his take on flipped learning and why it works for his classroom. His goal is to help create students...

Lesson Example: Weather with NOVA labs

Creating great lesson plans with technology can be tough, but it isn't impossible. Common Sense Education has a great site filled with all kinds of...

Live Binders: The New Way to Organize

Binders have always been useful. They help keep us organized and help to keep students from losing important documents. But have traditional binders...

Actively Learn: Reading Engagement

Actively Learn is one or our favorite tools to get students more engaged in reading. Once you give a reading assignment, you're at the mercy of the...

Google Cardboard & Titans of Space

Google Cardboard is a program that allows you to bring immersive virtual reality experiences into your classroom in an affordable way.  All you...

Microsoft Office Mix Science Experiements

The University of Colorado Boulder has created scientific simulations on their PhET Simulations website that are great for all ages. This...

Interactive Science & Math Simulations

The University of Colorado Boulder has created a website that allows students of all ages to simulate experiments in Physics, Biology, Earth Science,...

Moonshot Thinking: Solve for X

Google X is a hub of "moonshot" thinking.  There isn't a problem too big or too audacious that can't be solved when you approach it with a...

STEM: Design Technology Lessons

The NRICH: Enriching Mathematics website, published by the University of Cambridge, focuses on material that can enhance learning opportunities in...

STEM: Math Meets Biology

FOR REVIEWThe NRICH: Enriching Mathematics  website, published by the University of Cambridge, focuses on material that can enhance...

STEM: Core Scientific Mathematics

The NRICH: Enriching Mathematics website, published by the University of Cambridge, focuses on material that can enhance learning opportunities in...

Lesson Example: Alternative Energy

The Teaching Channel and Boeing have teamed up to create some problem-based lesson plans that combine science, math, and engineering while building...

Lesson Example: Extreme Biosuits

The Teaching Channel and Boeing have teamed up to create some problem-based lesson plans that combine science, math, and engineering while building...

Crash Course: An Educational YouTube Channel

This channel has the videos you need! It has everything ranging from chemical reactions to learning about supply and demand. It even dives into...

Crash Course Kids: An Educational YouTube Channel

This YouTube channel, inspired by brothers John Green (yes, the author!) and his brother Hank, is an upper-elementary version of their original...

SciShow Kids: A Science-Based YouTube Channel for Kids

Young elementary students seem so curious and interested in all the things going on around them.  Why not feed that curiosity with this...