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NEW free book from National Academies Press
"A Framework for K-12 Science Education:
Practices, Crosscutting Concepts, and Core Ideas" here
Free Book on K-8 Science from the National Academies Press and another on using labs in high school science [here] AND "How Students Learn: Science in the Classroom" [here]
Why taking notes by hand actually matters: "Digitizing Literacy: Reflections on the haptics of writing"
- "The top ten jobs that will be in demand in 2010 didn't exist in 2004."
- "We are currently preparing students for jobs that don't yet exist, using technologies that haven't been invented, in order to solve problems we don't even know are problems yet." (Richard Riley, former Secretary of Education in the United States) this context, approaching things using a same-old, same-old approach is unlikely to be successful.
The Most Terrifying Video You'll Ever See Do Videos Work???? Instant Polls Give Quick In-class feedback
GREAT biology teaching resources [here] (look for the zipped file of all resources on the right) A very good online workshop on constructivism
Determined to lecture? Forced to lecture? Then you'd better check out Are Lectures a Thing of the Past? by Linda Cronin Jones which has a bunch of things to think about that she argues will help you lecture effectively. (Another resource here.) Free book chapters from NSTA Press (the National Science Teachers Association Press).
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The complete works of Darwin (On-Line) Menus from Past Years
10 Science Things Taught Wrong at Schools Teaching Secrets: Thriving in the Science Classroom
Sample/Demo Journal | | Churchill Site

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Welcome to the writing & note-keeping tool (called "a wiki") that you can use with your projects & class. It will allow you to keep notes, your comments, your data, etc. on-line. You can also use it to write an entire research paper, inserting graphics, tables, graphs and so on. New to wiki's? Go to GettingStarted for a brief introduction.  ""

There are "simple" ways of using this tool, but as you use it more and more you'll find that there can be quite sophisticated and powerful ways of using this tool as well. But you don't have to use it that way! If you don't have lots of experiences with computers, just use it as a note-taking tool at first....and then learn how to use the more advanced features as you go along.  ""
Create Spreadsheets, Blogs, Forums, New Pages....
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If this is your first time using a wiki, go to ExampleHomePage to see how you can set up your own home page.  ""

At any point you can get to searchable HELP for using the wiki tools by clicking on "Help" on the tool menu.

How is a wiki different from a word processor? (click on me)

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