Engaging our students by exploring the core ideas and practices of science.
Encouraging students to utilize technology to access current science trends & research.Science Teachers:
The Science Spot http://www.sciencespot.net Students can search specific topics and a list of safe websites are provided.Science Video Vault https://www.calacademy.org/educators/science-video-vaultFor cell diagrams and the 7th grade project. This website links with others math, geography and earth science. http://www.Biology4Kids.comAmerican Chemical Society http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/scienceforkids.html Activities, games, and puzzles.CSI: Web Adventures http://forensics.rice.edu/ Allows students to solve a CSI case at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels, using knowledge of forensic science.Interactive Science Websites for Kids http://www.learningreviews.com/Science-Websites-for-Kids.html These 550 mostly free sites and apps help K-12 students learn earth sciences, animal, human and plant biology, astronomy, and high school physics -- even computer science and engineering.Game On: Increasing Learning through Online Games http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/scienceforkids.html The games come from a wide range of reputable sources, most of which are listed on the American Library Association's "Great Websites for Kids."Nature Works Everywhere https://natureworkseverywhere.org/resources/?utm_source=mdr-client&utm_campaign=nweresourcespagepromocampaign2&utm_medium=email Resources: lesson plans, videos, and grants presented by The Nature Conservancy.
- Ms. Roman - 6th grade Science Honors
- Ms. Carruth - 6th grade Environmental Science
- Ms. Hambrick- 7th grade Science and Environmental Science
- Mr. Sobinovsky - 7th grade Science and Environmental Science
- Ms. Aponte - 8th grade Physics and Astronomy
- Ms. Thomas - 8th grade Environmental Systems