Science Educational Resources Curriculum Development
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This category is for sites providing information on the development of science curricula.

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African Science in School Curriculum
Article discusses how African-Americans, women and other minorities have not been represented US science history books being based on some facts and some prejudicial influences. Also, compares knowledge processing styles between cultures.
Classroom Antarctica
A choice of activities and materials designed to assist teachers in the study of Antarctica, its unique wildlife, heroic adventurers, environmental issues, global importance and spectacular beauty.
Event-Based Science
A middle school science curriculum based on actual events and real-world problems, along with related links. From Montgomery County Public Schools.
Math/Science Nucleus
Prepares k-12 science, math and technology curriculum. Includes catalog and research projects.
Project 2061
The American Association for the Advancement of Science's site on reforms of science, mathematics, and technology education.
Science Based Teaching Theme Units
Gives you the best resources to access for 18 different themes: hands-on activities,interactive sites for students, background information, work sheets, and lesson plans.
Science Outreach of Washington University
Curriculum materials, courses for teachers, educational information and resources. Main emphasis: environmental science and genetics.
Science Web Quests
Links to over 250 science web quests listed alphabetically.
The Shodor Education Foundation, Inc.
A non-profit research and education organization dedicated to the advancement of science and math education, specifically through the use of modeling and simulation technologies.
The Textbook League
Reviews of K-12 textbooks, TTL newsletter archives, articles about textbook errors and publishers.
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