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Cogito - Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

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7 to 12
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This powerful site will challenge your brightest students and get everyone thinking. Designed to spark interest of young scientists and thinkers in real world issues, this site is run...more
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This powerful site will challenge your brightest students and get everyone thinking. Designed to spark interest of young scientists and thinkers in real world issues, this site is run by Johns Hopkins' famous program for gifted youth. Find feature articles on current research, Nobel laureates, and hot topics such as global warming. Explore the links for MANY outstanding sites not specifically for "education" as much as for real-world investigation and learning.

tag(s): careers (132), energy (198), gifted (96), summer (12)

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Teachers with high level, AP, or gifted students will want to explore this site during the summer months for inspiration and resources to use throughout the year. If your gifted program requires individual projects, send your students here to find ideas and to get energized! Even "regular" teachers, especially in the sciences, will want to share some of the current research topics and interviews that fit their curriculum. If you are looking for ways students and environmental clubs can get involved, check out the "Get Involved" section in the Sites and Tools menu.

One simple way to use the Interviews in a regular science classroom would be to have students research and act out an interview with a "mock" scientist, explaining what he/she does in order to expose students to the many fields included in the sciences.

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Hurricanes - BBC

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This site is wonderfully done and has a wealth of knowledge. You will find an animated guide to hurricanes (a must-see), quizzes, pictures of Hurricane Katrina (a year after ...more
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This site is wonderfully done and has a wealth of knowledge. You will find an animated guide to hurricanes (a must-see), quizzes, pictures of Hurricane Katrina (a year after the devastation), message boards, web chats, reference information about hurricanes, and more. Many of the activities require FLASH.

tag(s): weather (188)

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You must try an interactive whiteboard to share the animated guide to hurricanes with your students - wow! It is very easy to understand and extremely informative. The animated guide truly helps students understand the complexities of hurricanes.
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Earth: Our World In Motion - National Museum of Natural History

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3 to 8
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This highly interactive website (created by the National Museum of Natural History) teaches students about the Earth. Topics include, "If Rocks Could Talk," "Plates on the Move," "Making...more
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This highly interactive website (created by the National Museum of Natural History) teaches students about the Earth. Topics include, "If Rocks Could Talk," "Plates on the Move," "Making Rocks," "Mysterious Planets," and more! There is also a link, "Stuff To Do" which provides activities to do away from the computer. Some of the interactive links require Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): atmosphere (26), earth (228), rocks (49)

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Introduce the site and the "Big Idea" on a projector or interactive whiteboard, then assign students to choose one of the activities to complete. Share results with the class on an interactive whiteboard or projector as groups complete the activity. Include this link on your teacher web page for enrichment and at-home exploration. Students could also be assigned the "non-computer" activities for homework.
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Twister: The Tornado Story - The Why Files

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Use this site for students to grasp the basics and more about tornadoes as part of a weather or safety unit. Students will love how they can control a tornado ...more
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Use this site for students to grasp the basics and more about tornadoes as part of a weather or safety unit. Students will love how they can control a tornado by selecting its funnel width and core pressure on this interactive site. The Story Map features real life stories and photos of tornados, as well as experiments to try out in the classroom or home. Younger students will enjoy the interactive twister and twister in a bottle.

tag(s): weather (188)

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Take this opportunity to integrate a geography lesson to grades 4-6 and locate the states in "tornado alley." Given a set of guiding questions, assign older students in pairs to create a tornado information brochure. This site could work well on laptops or in a lab after you introduce the site on a projector.

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Stellarium - Stellarium Open Source Software

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4 to 12
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Stellarium is a free, open source planetarium software for your computer. You must download the software and install it on your computer to create a planetarium-like experience right...more
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Stellarium is a free, open source planetarium software for your computer. You must download the software and install it on your computer to create a planetarium-like experience right in your classroom. (Open source software is free to allow software developers to collaborate and improve on the products.) The download and install are not difficult, but you should ask someone for help if you are uncomfortable.

tag(s): planets (123), space (205), stars (61)

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You may need tech support to help you install the program on a school computer. There is an extensive wiki (user-contribution help section) to answer your questions about using Stellarium.

Try it on a projector in your classroom or even on an interactive whiteboard where students can draw and highlight items "in space." When you find successful strategies for using the software, be sure to participate in the wiki to share them. Or contact TeachersFirst to let us know more about ways to use Stellarium, so we can share them with other teachers!

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Volcano World - Department of Geosciences at Oregon State University

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For everything everyone wants to know about volcanoes, look at this webpage which includes data on current eruptions, startling photos, links to videos of volcanic activity, links to...more
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For everything everyone wants to know about volcanoes, look at this webpage which includes data on current eruptions, startling photos, links to videos of volcanic activity, links to lesson plans, volcano FAQ's, and a glossary. Video links require the Quicktime plugin. The Kids Door takes you to portins appropriate for younger students and virtual field trips to volcanoes suitable for any age.

tag(s): disasters (39), volcanoes (61)

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Use a projector to take a virtual field trip as you start the study of volcanoes, then include this site as a link on your teacher web page for students to research different volcanoes and current activity.
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Experiments: Patterns of Change - NASA Earth Observatory: Ereni Gleason and Kelly An

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Visualize patterns of change in Earth's atmosphere and environment using these activities from NASA and actual earth images to bring the concepts to life. Each activity is spelled out...more
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Visualize patterns of change in Earth's atmosphere and environment using these activities from NASA and actual earth images to bring the concepts to life. Each activity is spelled out in the teacher information so you can use visual data to demonstrate the concepts. There are complete questions to ask and animations for each activity. Each one is a comparison over time to illustrate change. Your students will actually get practice OBSERVING. Allow time to download the animations. Requires Quicktime! Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): climate (92), environment (317), pollution (66)

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Tis is an ideal activity to do on an interactive whiteboard with students operating the controls and highlighting areas of change with the whiteboard's drawing tools.

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NyeLabs - Bill Nye, Inc.

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K to 12
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This website is a wonderful resource for teachers. Some of the highlights include video footage from Bill Nye, episode guides for 100 shows, questions and answers, instructions for...more
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This website is a wonderful resource for teachers. Some of the highlights include video footage from Bill Nye, episode guides for 100 shows, questions and answers, instructions for at-home learning fun, directions to make some unique science crafts and some very interesting science facts. The site requires FLASH. Some downloadable directions use Acrobat Reader. Get them from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): scientists (69)

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If showing your class a Bill Nye video, the episode guides will help to organize the lesson. Students may enjoy simply surfing the site, some very interesting facts are displayed! Don't forget to check out the "home demos" for some new ideas. This is a great site to include as a general enrichment link from your teacher web page. Hook some young scientists!
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Extreme Weather: Hurricanes - Nicole Koonce, Jennifer Conlon

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ESL/ELL and other students learn vocabulary about hurricanes in this interactive lesson that mandates student performance on the artistic, oral, written, and recognition levels. Using...more
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ESL/ELL and other students learn vocabulary about hurricanes in this interactive lesson that mandates student performance on the artistic, oral, written, and recognition levels. Using a combination of written materials, videos, downloaded materials, and related experiences, students add to their active word list, their science knowledge, and emergency preparedness; a KWL activity ties the various parts of the lesson together and makes it interesting to them. The plan includes multi-level assessment tools in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

tag(s): disasters (39), hurricanes (35), weather (188)

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Further weather lessons or emergency procedures could be a spinoff from this lesson design.

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Singing Science Records - Ballads for the Age of Science

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Listen to songs to teach important (and less important) science concepts. This collection of MP3 files was generated from an old set of records (yes, those round vinyl things that ...more
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Listen to songs to teach important (and less important) science concepts. This collection of MP3 files was generated from an old set of records (yes, those round vinyl things that had scratches). While the actual copyright holder information is a gray area, you can feel safe in playing the songs from the site. Most likely, these songs from the 1950s and 60s are past copyright at this point. In any case, you can click to play from smaller or larger file versions. Be patient while they load, even over a broadband connection. It will be worth the wait to teach parts of plants, the water cycle, weather, motion, energy, electricity, and MANY other topics with just a computer and set of speakers to help students retain the information. Most of the content is elementary to middle school age, but some is high school level. Learning support teachers seeking alternate study strategies will love this one!

tag(s): animals (276), energy (198), mammals (32), motion (59), plants (145), space (205), water (130), water cycle (33), weather (188)

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Include the links to specific songs for review on your teacher web site or play one of the songs as students enter the room (a sort of audio anticipatory set). You will definitely need to turn up the speakers. Elementary music teachers might want to pick up one of the songs while the students are studying these topics and teach the music and lyrics during music class!

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NOW for Educators: Global Warming - PBS

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This site, affliated with the PBS program NOW, offers a lesson plan on global warming. There are a variety of materials available, including a good Venn-diagram style worksheet (requires...more
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This site, affliated with the PBS program NOW, offers a lesson plan on global warming. There are a variety of materials available, including a good Venn-diagram style worksheet (requires Acrobat Reader) that helps students organize the arguments for and against global warming, a list of possible projects which illustrate both sides of the argument. There is a link to transcripts of a NOW segment on global warming and discussion questions, or you can purchase a tape of the program.

tag(s): climate (92), environment (317)

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The site includes a link to a great slide show with Flash animation that explains the science of global warming, suitable for middle school students, which would make a good stand-alone mini lesson for teachers with a SmartBoard or projector.
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Calendars through the Ages - Institute for Dynamic Educational Advancement

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This information-packed site focuses on calendars through the ages. It includes sections on the astronomy of calendars (e.g. moon cycles), the history of calendars, differences among...more
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This information-packed site focuses on calendars through the ages. It includes sections on the astronomy of calendars (e.g. moon cycles), the history of calendars, differences among various international calendars, derivation of the names of the months, and loads of other trivia about calendars.

tag(s): calendars (44)

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Lots of great stuff for "did you know?" discussions or as an extension of a study of timelines and other graphic organizers of information. A few interesting visuals, but the strength of this site is in its information. Might be a good source for monthly bulletin boards or an enrichment area for gifted students.

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The Inconvenient Truth: Take Action - Inconvenient Truth

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Take action against global warming and depletion of the ozone layer. Start by using this site's CO2 calculator to estimate your personal impact on the environment and check out the...more
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Take action against global warming and depletion of the ozone layer. Start by using this site's CO2 calculator to estimate your personal impact on the environment and check out the things you can do in your home and travels to improve your behavior. Note: this site is the companion to the documentary An Inconvenient Truth and gets a large amount of traffic, making it very slow to operate at peak times. You may want to use it as a whole-class activity or at-home enrichment if it is running slowly for you at the time you choose to use it.

tag(s): energy (198), environment (317), ozone (10)

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Warn your students not to venture into the portion of the site where they are "purchasing" contributions to i=offset their CO2 emissions. Instead, ask them to figure out which of their behaviors causes the worst pollution. Have them do a family survey at home to calculate what the family can do.

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Dimming the Sun - NOVA/WGBH

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NOVA provides a wide array of information on global dimming, a crisis due to the masking effect of pollution on the true impact of global warming. See interactive timelines of ...more
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NOVA provides a wide array of information on global dimming, a crisis due to the masking effect of pollution on the true impact of global warming. See interactive timelines of global change, some creative pollution solutions, and more. There is a complete teacher's guide, including hands-on classroom activities and extensive related links. This site is a companion to the PBS television broadcast.

tag(s): climate (92), climate change (64), earth (228), earth day (112), pollution (66), sun (71)

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Use this site as a starting point for your discussion of global warming and environmental issues or as a research source for student projects. The interactive timeline would display well on a projector or interactive whiteboard to give students the "big picture" they so rarely have on their own.

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Global Warming - Facts and Future - National Academy of Sciences

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Science teachers searching for the full-on description of the research and implications for global warming will find more than enough to work with in this flash-enabled site. The presentation...more
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Science teachers searching for the full-on description of the research and implications for global warming will find more than enough to work with in this flash-enabled site. The presentation highlights the various components of the problem - the carbon cycle, greenhouse effects, and research into past data and future predictions. In and interesting twist, the site offers users the chance to experiment with the implications of various responses to this challenge.

tag(s): carbon (21)

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Scientific unanimity is hard to find on this topic, so this site offers great opportunities to examine either the possible responses to global warming or the research methodologies that yield the conclusion that these temperature rises extend beyond the earth's normal historical temperature cycles.

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Faultline - Exploratorium

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Bring the power and drama of an actual earthquake into your classroom with this beautifully designed Web site. In addition to basic information about the science behind this natural...more
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Bring the power and drama of an actual earthquake into your classroom with this beautifully designed Web site. In addition to basic information about the science behind this natural phenomenon - including explanations of plate tectonics, faults, and how scientist measure earthquake force - the site provides historical information about some of the world's most devastating quakes and some breathtaking video clips. Click on "Active Zone" for some creative, hands-on activities that can be implemented in your classroom.

tag(s): earth (228), earthquakes (48), plate tectonics (23)

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Virtual Tour of the 1906 Earthquake - USGS

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Remember the anniversary of the 1906 San Francisco quake - and learn a lot about earthquakes in general - with this remarkable set of Google Earth overlays from USGS. ...more
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Remember the anniversary of the 1906 San Francisco quake - and learn a lot about earthquakes in general - with this remarkable set of Google Earth overlays from USGS. The set illustrates the 1906 quake, the plate tectonics of western North America, and the history of earthquakes in the area over the past century.

tag(s): earth (228), earthquakes (48), plate tectonics (23)

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Try saving the various "layers" to your computer, then use in the classroom with a projector, turning on the various layers in sequence. Lots of instructional possibilities with this one.

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Pompeii: Stories from an Eruption - The Field Museum

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Take a virtual tour of the current Pompeii exhibit at the Field Museum of Chicago with this site that brings the cataclysmic eruption to life. The true gem of the ...more
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Take a virtual tour of the current Pompeii exhibit at the Field Museum of Chicago with this site that brings the cataclysmic eruption to life. The true gem of the site is an interactive timeline that details and animates the events of August 24, AD 79. But be sure to check out the photo gallery - which includes images of frescoes, artifacts, and plaster and epoxy resin casts of some of the victims (a bit gruesome).

tag(s): volcanoes (61)

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Use the interactive time-line on this site as a learning center or station during a lesson on ancient Pompeii. Because there is a lot of content on this site, we recommend creating a guide to help students grasp the basic concepts. For help with graphic organizers, we recommend using Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).

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The Big Here Quiz

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Challenge your students to think more deeply about the immediate world around them with this collection of thirty thought-provoking questions. Take the quiz yourself to discover how...more
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Challenge your students to think more deeply about the immediate world around them with this collection of thirty thought-provoking questions. Take the quiz yourself to discover how perceptive you truly are regarding the environment that supports your lifestyle. Where does your garbage go? What spring wildflower is the first to bloom where you live? What time is sunset today? There are many possibilities for creation of an environmental lesson around this one.

tag(s): ecosystems (88), environment (317), pollution (66)

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Geologic Time - Smithsonian

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The Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History may have created the ultimate online paleontology timeline. Beginning with the formation of the universe, this flash-driven site offers outstanding...more
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The Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History may have created the ultimate online paleontology timeline. Beginning with the formation of the universe, this flash-driven site offers outstanding illustrations, examples, and content links for all the major geologic epochs and eras. This site makes looking billions of years into the past wonderfully interesting. Well worth a visit for teachers of geology, science, or earth science at all levels.

tag(s): fossils (44), geologic time (9), logic (235), paleontology (41)

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