Check the Software page for physics/science education related software. Also, some science museums and planetariums have special educational programs.
Note: This page is not limited to K-12, or to any other education resources -- see especially the online material section below.
Including: Time development of quantum mechanical systems STM (Scanning Tunneling Microscopy) for students.
New, non-profit educational research and development organization launched in 1994 by educators in Concord, Massachusetts.
A server for science and math learning
The Center's mission is to strengthen teaching and learning in primary and secondary schools by using resources of Fermilab to improve education in science in support of national education goals.
The CTI centre for physics is one of 23 subject based centres in the UK set up to promote the use of computers for teaching in the UK higher educations sector.
You can ask a physics question or you can try to answer one of the questions already asked.
The NSF Center for Advanced Liquid Crystalline Optical Materials (ALCOM), in collaboration with the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Libraries of Kent State University, has developed an integrated science, math, and computer/electronic information management K-12 Internet resource, SCIENCE & MATH on the NET (SAM-Net) .
Another really extensive listing of educational resources in the web
Educational resources in astronomy.
Project CLEA develops laboratory exercises that illustrate modern astronomical techniques using digital data and color images. They are suitable for high- school and college classes at all levels, but come with defaults set for use in introductory astronomy classes for non-science majors.
Astro-2 is a high-tech observatory flying for 16 days in the payload bay of the Space Shuttle Endeavour during the STS-67 mission.
Mission: Government must increasingly use its world-class scientists, engineers, and facilities to help motivate and educate America's students and teachers in math and science.
Project Mathematics! produces and distributes computer animated videotapes to help teach high school level mathematics. Production is funded by the NSF and tapes are distributed on a non-profit basis.
It provides strong motivation for students to use computer technology while increasing problem-solving strategies and communications skills. MathMagic posts challenges in each of four categories (k-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12)
Designed for high school teachers and students, re Particle Physics (high energy physics).
This page contains a few select hypertext links to material useful for teaching introductory physics.
The Little Shop of Physics is a collection of hands-on science experiments that are designed to be used by students at all grade levels.
Educational resources in physics. This list is comprehensive and well maintained, and it in addition to links to other pages it contains info about educational software. Highly Recommended.
The Wonders of Physics aimed at generating interest in physics among people of all ages and backgrounds. The heart of the program is a fast-paced presentation of physics demonstrations carefully chosen to be entertaining as well as educational.
The Server of the Physics Dept. of the Univ. of Oregon offers a lot of interesting online physics stuff related to teaching.
The program helps students learn divergent thinking and problem solving skills while participating in a series of challenging and motivating activities, both inside and outside their regular classroom curriculum.
An excellent listing of educational resources in the web. Be sure to
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The Science Centre is an organisation established at Essex University to provide a wide range of services for local schools and colleges.
The Explorer is part of a research and development effort to establish an on time means of delivering a full range of information resources to educators and students.
Learning Innovations is a repository for information related to the enhancement of learning.
A really cool intrduction to Black Holes and Neutron Stars.
A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System.
This server contains lot of information about weather and atmospheric sciences including an electronic textbook for learning meteorology.
Each of the kiosks below will lead you into a different facet of the exciting world of patterns in Nature. Many of these patterns are fractals.
Including: Hysteresis, Quasicrystals, Coarsening, Dynamics of Nanoscale Pits and Bumps, Martensites and Tweed, Equilibrium Crystal Shapes, Spiral Turbulence, Polymers, Vortex Bound States, Mass Extinctions, Quantum Tunneling of Atoms
An Interactive Tour of the Inner Workings of the Atom and the Tools of Discovery.
This brief introduction to artificial neural networks includes also several links to other articles and lecture notes about neural nets.
The Fractal Microscope is an interactive tool designed by the Education Group at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) for exploring the Mandelbrot set and other fractal patterns.
Just Plane Chaos is an illuminated and animated hyperbook on Discrete Dynamics in Two Dimensions.
A Translation of Schröo:dinger's "cat paradox paper" originally published in 1935 in Die Naturwissenschaften.
In Norwegian and English.
GNA is a worldwide non-profit consortium of educational and research organizations. Our mission is to improve education by creating a marketplace for courses as well as to offer administrative and technical services to organizations and individuals who are presenting online courses.
Electronic Textbook of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry
Engines is a "hyper-book" written by Roger Schank, Director of ILS, (The Institute for the Learning Sciences) and Chip Cleary, a graduate student of Dr. Schank, about what's wrong with the education system, how to reform it, and especially, about the role of educational technology in that reform.
This page of UT Austin Web Central contains links to pages created by faculty worldwide who are using the Web to deliver class materials.
The site where science and imagination meet.
The Mission of the JASON Foundation for Education is to excite and engage students in science and technology, and to motivate and provide professional development for their teachers through the use of advanced interactive telecommunications.
A four week summer program at Syracuse University for eighth grade minority students and young women to strengthen their interest and skills in math, science and computer technology.
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