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There are so many science teaching resources that it can be overwhelming to locate useful resources. As beginning teachers, it is important to embrace available technologies that aid in collaboration and resource sharing. Provincial School Districts and myVTC (through the NLTA) promote collaboration and resource sharing for practicing K-12 teachers. It is highly recommended that you utilize and contribute to these resources once you start teaching.

The resources below are just a sample of the diverse array of science education resources that are available online. You are encouraged to build your own collection of science education resources and share any resources that you have found particularly useful in your science teaching thus far.

 

Provincial Department of Education Science Resources (K-12)

Some of the links below will require you to search for Science Education documents when you enter those sites.

Alberta Department of Education Authorized Research Database

British Columbia Ministry of Education Science Curriculum Documents

Manitoba Department of Education Science Resources

Newfoundland & Labrador Departtment of Education Science Resources

Northwest Territories Science Curriculum Services

Nova Scotia Department of Education-ScienceWebsites

Ontario Ministry of Education-Curriculum Documents

PEI Department. of Education-Curriculum Support Documents

Quebec Ministry of Education-Curriculum Support Documents

Saskatchewan Department of Education Science Curricula and Learning Resources

 

Links for K-12 Science Resources

BBC School Science provides a variety of science resources categorized by age

Bill Beaty's Page (K-12 Science Ed Resources)

Biology animations

Biology Corner contains lessons, quizzes, labs, web quests, and information on science topics.

Biology4Kids contains basic biology information for learners of all ages

Centre for Math, Science & Technology Education - K-12 Science, Math and technology Resources (University of Alberta)

Chem 13 News is an informal monthly journal published by the University of Waterloo for high school and introductory chemistry instructors

Chem4Kids contains basic chemistry information for learners of all ages

Council of the Ministers of Education - Science-related websites

CurioCity - An interactive site for Science and Technology

Discovery Education - Look at the free teacher resources section

Do Try This at Home - Cool video series found on YouTube

Forty demonstrations to make science come alive!

Janet McVittie's Science Education page contains science teaching resources for K-12 science and post-secondary science methods courses (USask)

MERLOT-Multimedia Education Resources for Learning and Online Teaching

National Geographic Education provides customized resources for teachers, informal educators, parents and kids

National Science Digital Library has links to science, technology, engineering, and math resources for K-12 teachers, faculty, students and informal learners.

National Science Resources Centre - Smithsonian Institute

Performance Assessment Links in Science (PALS) provides a number of performance-based assessment tasks categorized by grade level

PBS Teachers contains classroom and professional development resources categorized by grade level

Phet provides a series of fun, interactive physical simulations for students of all ages (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Physics4Kids contains basic physics information for learners of all ages

ScienceNet Links (AAAS) contains lesson plans for all K-12 science disciplines

Science Teacher Resources at Blogspot is a blog where science teacher resources can be posted. It contains some animations and other interactive simulations

SmartExchange beta lets you share Smartboard lesson plans and communicate with other teachers

Teacher Vision includes a vast array of teacher resources for virtually any discipline

Teach-nology Science Lesson Plans contains a variety of free and easy to use resources for K-12 teachers for all discipline

 

Professional Organizations

These organizations do require a membership, but they contain science education resources that can be accessed for free.

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

American Association of Physics Teachers

Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE)

Classroom 2.0 - Join a community for Web 2.0 and social media educators

National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT)

National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST)

National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

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