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Educational Links

  • K-12 Engineering Resources

  • Ask An Expert Sites
    Suitable for all grades the Ask an Expert Page provides links to experts in a number of different categories.  This site offers a quick one-step process for finding experts in any field.

  • Real Time Data Sites
    Many of our classroom projects use real time data sites that are difficult to find. This page contains links to some of the most compelling Internet web sites for educational use. These include a host of sites that have real time weather, air, water, and satellite information that could enhance traditional classroom lessons.

  • Instructional Resources
    Places to go for lesson plans, curriculum standards, information sharing, and anything else that might be of help to teachers
  • Online  Projects
    This list includes links for some of the most popular and well-supported Internet-based projects in the math and science field.

  • Primary Sources
    Here you can find links to sites with primary source information. View original and historical diaries, letters, photographs, maps, audio recordings and much more.

  • Pseudo-Science Resources
    Here you will find links for educators about debunking urban legends, pseudo-science rhetoric, and other science misconceptions.

  • Websites where you can download the latest science news, interviews with experts, and videos of scientific explorations.


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