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View Resource Interactive Science Teacher

29 interactive lesson plans for middle through high school students. For teachers who are tired of worksheets and are ready for lessons that will excite, motivate and inspire both students and...

http://www.interactivescienceteacher.com/
View Resource Media-Rich Lesson Ideas: Index

This feature mines NOVA's vast library to bring you a robust selection of interactives, video clips, and lesson plans you can use to make science come alive for your students. Search the Lesson Ideas...

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/teachers/lessonideas/index.html
View Resource Teachers' Domain

Teachers' Domain is an extensive library of free digital media resources produced by public television, designed for classroom use and professional development.

http://www.teachersdomain.org/
View Resource National Teacher Training Institute (NTTI)

At NTTI, we believe that video- and Internet-based activities should complement, not replace, other hands-on work such as projects, field trips, performances and presentations. Activities such as...

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/ntti/resources/index.html
View Resource Hands-On Universe

Hands-On Universe? (HOU) is an educational program that enables students to investigate the Universe while applying tools and concepts from science, math, and technology. Using the Internet, HOU p...

http://www.handsonuniverse.org/
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