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Science Teaching K-12

Online Videos

Learning Science Through Inquiry

Inquiry-based teaching, central to national standards, should not be an isolated occurrence, but a comprehensive and ongoing approach. This video workshop for K-8 teachers comprises 8 one-hour video programs, workshop guide, and Web site.

For Other Online Videos, see the Media Resources Guide

Outstanding on the Web

Next Generation Science Standards

Featured Print Books at Sherrill Library

Featured Teaching Resources at Sherrill Library

All Teaching Resources may be borrowed for use in classrooms, placements or internships. They are located in the Teaching Resource Center (TRC) on the lower level of Sherrill Library.


 Science and Technology Concepts for Middle Schools

CoverClick link to see teacher's guides for 16 research-based science education programs - including Catastrophic Events; Earth in Space; Light; Energy Machines and Motion; Organisms, from Micro to Macro - from the National Academies, National Science Resource Center and Smithosonian Institution.


Elementary Science Study (ESS)

This classic series offers 19 child-centered, inquiry-based science explorations.

FOSS - Full Option Science System

Click link to see 39 FOSS components, modules and activities for Gr. K-8. FOSS is a research-based science curriculum for grades K–8 developed at the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California at Berkeley.



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