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Screenshot The Concord Consortium is a non-profit educational technology group that has been designing teacher-ready tools, from lesson plans to activities, for over two decades. It is no surprise, then, that this site offers such compelling visual simulations for biology educators and their students. Here readers will find over a dozen freely available and beautifully designed activities on subjects such as modeling populations of African lions, the ins and outs of cellular respiration, and the special bonding qualities of hydrogen atoms. Readers may like to begin with the Meiosis Lab, which can be located under What is Meiosis? Simply select Launch Activity and then follow the interactive steps...
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A Class Exercise Concerning the...
This article, created by B. Dudley of Keele University, describes how an environmental science class became involved in a study to confirm the hypothesis that...
Science Learning Hub
Launched as a part of the New Zealand Government's Science in Society Plan, Science Learning Hub bridges the gap between students, teachers, and scientists by...
The Argumentation Toolkit
Scientific argumentation is described as "a social process in which students build, question, and critique claims using evidence about the natural world." The...
Carnegie STEM Girls: Do It Yourself...
From homemade bath bombs to toothbrush-and-rubber-band robots, the Do It Yourself Science collection from Carnegie STEM Girls has over three dozen at-home...
Weather Wiz Kids
Monsoons, microbursts, mesocyclones, oh my! Immerse yourself in the world of meteorology with Weather Wiz Kids. Launched by meteorologist Crystal Wicker, the...



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