PAEC - Science
BrainCraft is an educational video series on YouTube that use stop motion and paper craft animation to explain neuroscience, psychology, and human behavior.
PhEt is a suite of research-based interactive computer simulations for teaching and learning physics, chemistry, math, and other sciences.
Periodic Videos has a periodic table containing video's discussing all elements.
The National Science Digital Library provides high quality online educational resources for teaching and learning with current emphasis on the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines--- both formal and informal, institutional and individual, in local, state, national, and international educational settings.
Sumanas, Inc.'s 'Science in Focus' provides animation to bring to life important science topics in the news that is periodically updated.
Aurum Science provides PowerPoints, notes outlines, worksheets, labs, and other activities written by an experienced Science Teacher in the areas of Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Science.
NASA provides educational resources gathered by Nasa in multiple academic areas including but not limited to Earth Science, General Science, Histroy, Life Science, Physical Science, and Space Science.
Extreme Science has great information that matches up with space and weather. These units come up later in the year. This resource is perfect for supplementing classroom discussion on these two unit topics.
NOVA has many video's to fit our middle school Science curriculum topics. Use these to supplement classroom discussion in multiple areas/topics of our curriculum.
Web Elements has an interactive periodic table. When you click on an element, you will find more in depth information about that element, including, but not limited to, historical information, what it is used in today, and it's physical properties.
Inner Body dives deeper into the systems of the body. After selecting a system, the parts contained within that system show on a body. You are able to click individual parts to find out more information about their purpose and function.
DNA from the Beginning has animations of 75 different experiments that made modern genetics. It fits well with our Genetics unit and would aid in initial understanding, but also, further understanding of genetics.