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For the science folks

February 8th, 2015 · No Comments · Content - Science

What’s  your science poison? From biology, chemistry, the environment or physics- IFLScience has it all.  Search by topic or sign up for their newsletter.  There is something in this site for everyone. You could easily add a link to your Google Classroom to share this site with your students. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, […]

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What really inside?

February 3rd, 2015 · No Comments · Content - Science

  This morning in Free Technology for Teachers, Richard Byrne shared an interesting mammal site.  Using eSkeletons, you can look inside many creatures and compare their skeletons.  Change view and positions- all without using a scalpel or that (dreadful) preservative  aroma. For the complete post, please click here.

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Darwin – stage by stage

January 29th, 2015 · No Comments · Content - Science

Darwin, a naturalist’s voyage around the world, is an interactive view of Darwin’s monumental trip. This would be a great tool for whole group instruction using a projector or maybe a station for smaller groups. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.

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Football in the classroom

January 26th, 2015 · No Comments · Content - Math, Content - Science

From twitter: Sci + football podcasts: http://t.co/FI0ykazhft http://t.co/BjeRKykfJp http://t.co/JVLoDSaIzv http://t.co/ZnL75x5wY8 pic.twitter.com/odjfY7ZIyO — Science NetLinks (@ScienceNetLinks) January 24, 2015

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