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RESOURCES
There are numerous science resources available to educators. 
Click on the topic to to the left to access just a few.  If you find a great resource
let us know and we will add it to the list.

National Science Teachers Association


National Science Bowl Registration and Competition Information

Science Olympiad

TRELLIS

There is a new online platform for scientific communication and collaboration - built and operated by AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science).  Check out trelliscience.com. Trellis is a professional network for the scientific community that makes it easy for groups of any size, disciplinary composition, or affiliation to collaborate online.

NEW STEM OUTREACH from Kennedy Space Center --click for more information

KOOL Science (Kennedy Online Outreach & Learning) offers classrooms a chance to connect with a professional educator from the KSC Visitor Complex for a live, hands-on STEM lesson focused on NASA and space exploration.  

Biology
The American Veterinary Medical Asso with the help of Glaxo Smith Kline is providing free veterinary DVD's for students interested in the study of veterinary science.  Check out http://avma.ait.net.  Contact info@ail.net with questions.


Elementary Science
K-5 Education Loan Boxes

NASA's Space Place

Middle School Science

References

Science Teacher Literacy Website
Safety Guidelines for Presentations
Chemistry

Earth Science

Physics



Upcoming Workshops-Conferences-etc.

Free NE Groundwater, Natural Resources, and Conservation Workshop-sponsored by Kregel Windmill Factory Museum, American Groundwater Trust

The NSF 2015 Teaching and Learning Video Showcase (May 11-15) is now live. View the videos and join the conversation!  

http://resourcecenters2015.videohall.com

Take a peek into the world of STEM education research by checking out this showcase of more than 100 videos. The videos offer a 3-minute glance into the variety of innovative work being funded by the National Science Foundation in education.

We invite you to be an active participant during this five-day event. View videos of interest, post questions to the presenters, join the discussions that are taking place around each video, and vote for your favorite videos via facebook, twitter, or email ballot. And please spread the word about this event to friends, family and colleagues!  
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