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This resource provides a comprehensive list of web sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth for K-12 teachers.  It is updated weekly to include the best sites for teaching and learning across all strands of the pre-college curriculum.  Science teachers will find links to hundreds of useful sites relating to physics, optics, chemistry, life sciences, earth science, astronomy, and computing/technology.  

Resource types include lesson plans, activities and labs, historical information, videos, and simulations.  Of special interest is the author's Assessment and Rubric guide, providing links to exemplary rubrics, organized by topic.  

This web site is a recipient of numerous awards, including an "Education Best Bet" award from USA Today, a Webby award for Education, a "Top Site Award" from Education Index, and a Brittanica Internet Guide Award for quality, accuracy of content, presentation and usability.
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© 1999 Kathleen Schrock, 1995
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