Category: Science - Instructional Technology at MASE
 
"The Bugscope project provides free interactive access to a scanning electron microscope (SEM) so that students anywhere in the world can explore the microscopic world of insects. This educational outreach program from the Beckman Institute's Imaging Technology Group at the University of Illinois supports K-16 classrooms worldwide."

Check out Bugscope here.
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I came across this blog post by high school Physics teacher, Frank Noschese.  Several great ideas for using digital cameras in the the science classroom.

Check out his blog post here.
 
From the Educator website:


"Educator.com is a pioneering venture aimed at equalizing education by assembling the best teachers in the country and making their lectures available to everyone. We cover high school and university topics in mathematics, science, and computer programming."


Check out Educator here.
 
"The Ocean Explorer Web site is designed to be an engaging and educational Internet offering for all who wish to learn about, discover, and virtually explore the ocean realm."


Check out the site here.
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"Are you looking for fun, yet educational, online science games for your students to play to reinforce important curriculum concepts?  Here's a list of websites that will help you find free educational science games!"

Click here to check out the site hosted by Simple K12.
 
"Tony Mangiacapre, high school physics teacher of St. Mary's High School in Manhasset, NY, has combined his degree in instructional technology with modern communications to enhance his own classroom instruction and incorporate new methods of learning and sharing instructional strategies with teachers worldwide. He has taken the entire New York State physics curriculum and put it on a Website, which contains his daily lesson plans with graphics, Flash animation, simulations, interactive games and exams and YouTube videos. These lesson plans are shared with teachers throughout the United States, England, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand and other countries." - From Tech & Learning
 
Check out the resources here provided by Tech Learning.
 
This site contains videos, lesson plans, and activities which explains the science behind professional football. 

Check it out here.
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Seeing is believing!  Check out these video clips that are sure to get the attention of your students.  I put a sample clip below.  Click here to see more.