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DESCRIPTION: The third of nine pages on Ground (the first of the Field Nodes comprising the subject tree of The Telson Spur), this page comprises a list of links to on-line resources in Science Education, from A to H. The coordinate pages, with a common header and List of Contents, contain links to other on-line science resources (including resources in Science Education from I to R and from S to Z), and to resources in complexity theory & chaos, and mathematics.

KEYWORDS: education; science; science education

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  1. Science Resources
    Science and Technology
    Science Centres and Organizations
    Science Education
    Science Forums and Periodicals
    Scientific Equipment and Exploration
    Chaos and Complexity

  2. Mathematics
    Mathematics Education

Physical Sciences Astronomy Earth Sciences Life Sciences
Neurosciences Social Sciences Science Studies Science News

Science Resources (cont.)

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Science Education

Science Education: A-H
Science Education: I-R
Science Education: S-Z

Mathematics Education
Physics Education
Chemistry Education
Astronomy Education
Earth Science Education
Life Science Education
Social Science Education
Technology Education

Modern science has imposed on humanity the necessity for wandering. Its progressive thought and its progressive technology make the transition through time, from generation to generation, a true migration into uncharted seas of adventure. The very benefit of wandering is that it is dangerous and needs skill to avert evils. We must expect, therefore, that the future will disclose dangers. It is the business of the future to be dangerous; and it is among the merits of science that it equips the future for its duties.

Alfred North Whitehead

Our craving for greater clarity and coherence, both in our speech and in the experience of which we speak, seeks a solution to a problem, a solution on which we may henceforth rely. It tries to discover something and to establish it firmly. We seek self-satisfaction here only as a token of what should be universally satisfying. The modification of our intellectual identity is entered upon in the hope of achieving thereby closer contact with reality. We take a plunge only in order to gain a firmer foothold. The intimations of this prospective contact are conjectural and may prove false, but they are not therefore mere guesses like betting on a throw of dice. For the capacity for making discoveries is not a kind of gambler's luck. It depends on natural ability, fostered by training and guided by intellectual effort.
Michael Polanyi

All I've done is give you a book. You have to have the courage to learn what's inside it.
Freida Joy Riley (Homer H. Hickam, Jr., Rocket Boys: A Memoir, 1998)


AAAS Board Resolution on Intelligent Design Theory
(American Ass'n for the Advancement of Science)
AAAS Evolution Resources (DoSER)
AAAS honors defenders of evolution with Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 14 Feb 2007)
AAC Science Room Home Page
(AOL Academic Assistance Center)
Academic Institutional Profiles (NSF Division of Science Resources Studies)
Accept It: Talk About Evolution Needs To Evolve (Eugenie Scott, Science News, 176:3:32, 1 Aug 2009)
Achieving Gender Equity in Science Classrooms
ACSI et al. v. Stearns et al. (NCSE, 25 Apr 2009 - 12 Oct 2010)
-- Evolution advocate turns to climate (Susan Young, Nature News & Comment, 16 Jan 2012)
Actua (Hands-On Science and Technology for Youth)
Advanced Placement Digital Library in Biology, Physics and Chemistry (Rice University)
Adventure Online (Learning Outfitters)
Adventures in Science and Technology (Miriam Padolsky et al.)
Advisor, Teacher, Role Model, Friend
AGI Statement on Teaching Evolution
(American Geological Institute)
-- AGI Update on Kansas School Board Decision (3-18-01)
-- Update on Challenges to Teaching Evolution (11-12-01)
AIBS Evolution Initiatives (American Institute of Biological Sciences)
The AIBS/NCSE Evolution List Server Network
AIMS Science Foundation (Activities Integrating Math & Science)

Air and Space Education Links (NASM)
Alabama Citizens for Science Education
Alcwin.org (UK)
Alfred-Wegener-Institute Click & Learn
All Info-About Science for Families (Bob & Gayle Olson)
All Science Fair Projects
AMC Montessori Summertime Lesson Planning Links
American Field Guide (PBS)
American Indian Science and Engineering Society - AISES
American Museum of Natural History - Educators
America's Lab Report: Investigations in High School Science (ed. Susan R. Singer et al., US National Research Council, 2005)
AMSER - Applied Math and Science Education Repository
(National Science Digital Library, Cornell University)
AMSER Science Reader Monthly (Applied Math and Science Education Repository)
Antievolution | The Critic's Resource
A0K Teacher Stuff - Science Resources
APA Council of Representatives Resolution Rejecting Intelligent Design as Scientific and Reaffirming Support for Evolutionary Theory (American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, 1 Mar 2007) PDF
Apple Learning Interchange | Science
Archimedes' Laboratory (Gianni A. Sarcone & Marie J. Waeber, Genova Centro, Italy)
Archive.Edu Science Collection
Arkansas Science Teachers Association
ARS Science 4 Kids (Agricultural Research Service, USDA)
ASA Statement on Teaching Science and Evolution (American Sociological Association, 18 Oct 2006) PDF
Ask Dr. Science!
Ask Dr. Science (Pennsylvania State University)
Ask Dr. Science (Rick Alber)
Ask ERIC | Science Lesson Plans
Ask the Experts (Scientific American)
Ask The Experts (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History)

Ask Science Questions (Alan Cairns)
Ask A Scientist! (Cornell Center for Materials Research)
Ask A Scientist (Howard Hughes Medical Institute)
Ask a Scientist (Newton BBS, Argonne National Laboratory)
Ask A Scientist! (Odyssey Magazine On-Line)
Ask a Scientist or Engineer
(Michael Morse & Rachel Delgado-Simmons)
Ask Dr. Universe (Washington State University)
AskNSDL (U.S. National Science Digital Library)
ASM Statement on the Scientific Basis for Evolution (American Society for Microbiology, 24 May 2006)
Association for the Promotion and Advancement of Science Education (APASE, BC)
Association for Science Education (UK)
Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE)
ASTech News: News from the Associated Science and Technology Libraries (Cornell University)
ASTE Position Statement on Teaching Biological Evolution (Association for Science Teacher Education)
The Astrobiology Curriculum (TERC)
Astrobiology: Education (NASA Astrobiology)
Astrobiology, the transcendent science: The promise of astrobiology as an integrative approach for science and engineering education and research (James T. Staley, Current Opinion in Biotechnology 14:3:347-354, Jun 2003)
Astro-Venture! (NASA Ames Research Center)
Athena: Earth and Space Science for K-12
The Avida-ED Project: Technology for Teaching Evolution and the Nature of Science using Digital Organisms (Robert T. Pennock, Devolab at MSU)
Awesome Library - Science (R. Jerry Adams)

Backyard Nature (Jim Conrad)
Bad Science (Alistair B. Fraser)
Bad Science Projects
Barb Wood's Homepage
Bastrop ISD Science Links
Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
(Duquesne University)
B.C.Sc.T.A. (B.C. Science Teachers' Association)
Benchmarks On-Line (Project 2061)
Bess's Science and Nature (Bess, The Internet Retriever)
Beyond Bio 101: The Transformation of Undergraduate Biology Education (Howard Hughes Medical Institute)
Big Gap Between What Scientists Say and Americans Think about Climate Change (Gayathri Vaidyanathan, ClimateWire, Scientific American, 30 Jan 2015)
Big History Project
Big Science Read (Manchester Literature Festival)
Bill Nye: Creationism Is Not Appropriate For Children (video, YouTube, 23 Aug 2012)
-- Evolution in Science Education | Bill Nye on Evolution in Science Education (Interview by Sarah Fecht, Popular Mechanics, 4 Feb 2011)
-- Bill Nye on creationism critique: I'm not attacking religion (CBS This Morning, CBS News, 28 Aug 2012)
-- Bill Nye 'The Science Guy' warns about not teaching evolution in schools (interview by Patt Morrison, 89.3 KPCC, 29 Aug 2012)
Bill Nye the Science Guy (PBS)
Biological Evolution and the History of the Earth Are Foundations of Science (policy statement of the American Geophysical Union, adopted by Council Dec 1981, revised & reaffirmed Dec 2007)
Bizzare Stuff (Brian Carusella, Carnegie-Mellon University)
Bizarre Stuff You Can Make in Your Kitchen (Brian Carusella)

The Black Hole Gang (Stephen Kramer & Richard Torrey)
BLM Learning Landscapes Home Page
(U.S. Bureau of Land Management)
Blossoms of Science (Science Education Center, Jordan Valley College, Israel)
BOTW Directory - Science (Best of the Web)
BPS Statement Opposing the Teaching of Alternatives to Evolution in K-12 Science Classrooms (Biophysical Society, 5 Nov 2005) PDF
The Brainium
The Bridge: Ocean Sciences Education Teacher Resource Center
(Lisa Ayers Lawrence, Virginia Institute of Marine Science)
British Centre for Science Education (BCSE)
The Bubblesphere
CAGIS - Canadian Association for Girls In Science
(Larissa Vingilis-Jaremko et al.)
Campaign for Physics (American Physical Society)
Canada's SchoolNet - Math and Sciences
Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair
CanTeach - Science Links
A Career Planning Center for Beginning Scientists and Engineers
-- Careers in Science and Engineering (NAS)
Careers In Science: Women In Research
(NIH Office of Science Education)
The CareerWISE Project at Arizona State University

Carl Sagan Productions Homepage
Carnegie Science Academy (John Kotwicki)
CASE | Carnegie Academy for Science Education
(Carnegie Institution of Washington)
CASE - The Centre for Astronomy & Science Education
(Mark Brake et al., University of Glamorgan, Wales)
CEA Science Education Home Page
CEA Science On-Line Education Project Home Page
Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE)
Center for Educational Resources (CERES) Project
(NASA - MSU/Bozeman)
Center for Educational Technologies (Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, West Virginia)
The Center for Improved Engineering & Science Education (CIESE)
The Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education
(Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken)
Center for Science & Engineering Education (Berkeley Lab)
The Center for Science Education at UC Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory
CESAME Support Site for Investigations in Number, Data, and Space (Center for the Enhancement of Science and Mathematics Education)
CESE - Coalition for Excellence in Science Education
(David F. Beck)
CFES position paper on Creationism/Intelligent Design (Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences, 2008)
Change the Equation (STEM education)
Chèche Konnen Center at TERC
Chickscope (Clint Potter et al., Beckman Institute)
The Children's Nature Institute

The Christa McAuliffe Challenger Center (Framingham State College)
Christa McAuliffe: Reach for the Stars (film by Renee Sotile & Mary Jo Godges, 22 Jan 2006)
'C' is for Creation: The New Creationist Assault on Science Education (John Catalano)
Citizen Scientist (Christine Terry)
Classroom Resources (US National Science Foundation)
Climate Change Denial Is Affecting Education (National Center for Science Education, Oakland, California)
Climate Change Education Challenges Continue (Lynn Petrinjak, NSTA Reports, 7 Nov 2011)
Climate Change Education Partnership Program Is Launched (US National Science Foundation Press Release 10-165, 10 Sep 2010)
Climate Change Education: Understanding and Teaching the Science Behind Global Climate Change (National Center for Science Education)
-- NCSE Picks Fight Against Climate Science Deniers (Kevin Zelnio, EvoEcoLab, Scientific American Blog Network, 16 Jan 2012)
Climate Science is Core to Science Education: A Policy Statement of the American Meteorological Society (Adopted by the AMS Executive Committee, 23 May 2013)
Climate Science Students Bill of Rights (NCSE)
-- Climate Science Students Bill of Rights Background
-- Climate Science Students Bill of Rights (Mark McCaffrey, NCSE Blog, 9 Jul 2014)
CoachLab Probeware for Science, Math and Technology Educators
(Bennett M. Harris)
Computational Science Education Project Homepage (CSEP)
Coalition for Education in the Life Sciences (CELS)
Cody's Science Education Zone (Anthony Cody, St. Francis Xavier U)
Cogito: Connecting Young Thinkers Around the World
(Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins U)
Collaborative Lesson Archive (University of Illinois)
Community Science Action Guides (Franklin Institute/Science Museum)
Conduct of scientists (and science writers) can shape the public’s view of science. (Janet D. Stemwedel, Doing Good Science, Scientific American Blog Network, 2 Jul 2014)
The Controversy over the Kansas Science Standards
(Keith B. Miller, Affiliation of Christian Geologists)
Cool School Tools - Science
Cool Science for Curious Kids (HHMI)
Cool Science - Scientific Fun and Experiments
(Chris Taylor)
Computer Clubhouse Network
COPUS: Coalition on the Public Understanding of Science (US)
CORDIS | Raising Public Awareness
Core Services in the Architecture of the National Digital Library for Science Education (Carl Lagoze et al., arXiv Report, 29 Jan 2002)
Cosmic Evolution - From Big Bang to Humankind (Eric Chaisson)
Cosmology and Science Education: Problems and Promises (Helge Kragh, arXiv:1212.1592 [physics.hist-ph], 7 Dec 2012)
Cosmos | California State Summer School for Mathematics & Science
COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey (Ann Druyan et al., Mar- , 2014)
-- Neil deGrasse Tyson, the New Guide to the "Cosmos" (Rebecca Mead, The New Yorker, 17 Feb 2014)
-- A Successor to Sagan Reboots 'Cosmos' (Dennis Overbye, New York Times, 3 Mar 2014)
-- Q&A: Neil Degrasse Tyson, Tour Guide to the 'Cosmos' (James Rocchi, Rolling Stone Movies & TV, 7 Mar 2014)
-- Can Cosmos Get People Talking about Science Again? (Clara Moskowitz, Observations, Scientific American Blog Network, 7 Mar 2014)
-- Neil deGrasse Tyson, Please Speak Out about Militarization of Science! (John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 7 Mar 2014)
-- Neil deGrasse Tyson on Cosmos and integrating science in popular culture (Alex Jackson, Soapbox Science, Nature, 7 Mar 2014)
-- Dawn of a New Cosmos (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 7 Mar 2014)
-- Cosmos Reboots (Donald Prothero, eSkeptic, 12 Mar 2014)
-- Cosmos & the Creationists: Why Some People Hate Science on Television (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 10 Mar 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Facts (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE League of America, 17 Mar 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Silliness (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 24 Mar 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode IV: No New Hope for Creationists (Josh Rosenau, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 4 Apr 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode V: The Creationists Strike Out (Rosh Rosenau, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 8 Apr 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode VI: Return of the Tiny (Josh Rosenau, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 15 Apr 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars Episode VII: Heir to the Denialist Empire (Josh Rosenau, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 25 Apr 2014)
-- Cosmos Trek, Episode VII: The Clean Room on the Edge of Forever (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 26 Apr 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode VIII: Creationist Force Rising (Josh Rosenau, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 1 May 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode IX: "The Past is Another Planet" (Josh Rosenau, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 8 May 2014)
-- Cosmos, Episode IX: Dr. Strangelove Oceans, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mass Extinctions (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 9 May 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars Episode X: Specter of the Past (Josh Rosenau, Science League of America, Science League of America, NCSE, 14 May 2014)
-- Cosmos Wars, Episode XI: Vision of the Future (Josh Rosenau, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 30 May 2014)
-- Cosmos, Episode XII: It's the End of the World As We Know It, And I Feel Fine (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 2 Jun 2014)
-- Three Reasons Why Cosmos Was One of the Best Things to Happen to TV: Part 1 (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE Blog, 23 Jun 2014)
-- Three Reasons Why Cosmos Was One of the Best Things to Happen to TV: Part 2 (Steven Newton, Science League of America, NCSE, 2 Jul 2014)

Creationism lives on in US public schools (John Farrell, New Scientist 2783, 20 Oct 2010)
CrISIS - Creationism In Schools Isn't Science Petition (UK, 21 Apr 2011)
-- Creationist groups banished from free schools (David Marley, TES Connect, 20 May 2011)
-- Creationism 'banned from free schools' (Stephen Adams, The Telegraph, 20 May 2011)
The Crisis in Science Education (Science Tracer Bullet - Science Reference Services, Library of Congress)
Critique: "Of Pandas and People" (Nick Matzke, National Center for Science Education, 23 Nov 2004)
CSERD | Computational Science Education Reference Desk
(Shodor Education Foundation)
CSTA Home Page | California Science Teachers Association
-- California Classroom Science
Cultural Cognition of Scientific Consensus (Dan M. Kahan et. al., Journal of Risk Research, 13 Sep 2010)
-- Why "Scientific Consensus" Fails to Persuade (US National Science Foundation Press Release 10-166, 13 Sep 2010)
Culture and Science Education: A Look from the Developing World
(June George, Actionbioscience.org, May 2001)
Curriculum/Internet Connections - Science Websites (Gary Richert)
Curriculum Links for Science Teachers (Linda Miller)
Curricular Resources in General Science (CLN)
CWSEI - The Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative (University of British Columbia)
CyberFair: The Virtual Science Fair (Doug Johnson, K3-6)
The Cyberspace Middle School (Larry Dennis)
Darwin Day (Paleontological Research Institution, Cornell University)
Darwin Day @ UTK (Carolyn Wells & Jamie Estill, University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
Darwin Day: An International Celebration of Science and Humanity (Robert J. Stephens et al.)
Darwin, Dover, 'Intelligent Design' and textbooks (Kevin Padian & Nicholas Matzke, Biochemical Journal 417:29-42, 2009; internet, 12 Dec 2008) PDF
DarylScience's Web Page (Daryl Taylor)
Dave Palmer's Page
David Acer

Dear Colleague Letter: Climate Change Education (Wanda E. Ward, Acting Assistant Director for Education and Human Resources, US National Science Foundation NSF 09-058, 1 Jul 2009)
The Decline of Reason? (Jere H. Lipps)
Defending science education against intelligent design: a call to action (Alan D. Attie et al., Journal of Clinical Investigation 116(5):1134-8, 1 May 2006)
Defending Science Education: Climate as a Second Front for Biologists (Glenn Branch, BioScience 63(9):717-18, Sep 2013)
Defending Science Education in Your Community
(People For the American Way)
Defining "Science" in a Multicultural World: Implications for Science Education (William W. Cobern & Cathleen C. Loving, NARST 1998)
Department Position on Evolution and "Intelligent Design" (Lehigh University Department of Biological Sciences)
De Rerum Natura (Reed A. Cartwright)
Destination Science | Summer Camps
Developing our brightest minds (Melanie Moran, Vanderbilt Exploration, 30 Jan 2007)
The Development of the Science and Religion in Schools Project and the Importance of IT (Paul Hopkins, The Global Spiral, 6 Mar 2008)
The Devolution of Evolution (Leonid Moroz, The Scientist 24:11:36, 1 Nov 2010)
Digital Dozen (Eisenhower Clearginghouse Web Links)
Directory of Centers Related to Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education
Directory of Science Communication Courses & Programs in the United States (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Discovery Channel School
Discovery Teacher's Store
Dispatches from the Evolution Wars: Shifting Tactics and Expanding Battlefields (Glenn Branch et al., NCSE, Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 11(1):317-38, Sep 2010; pub. online as a Review in Advance, 26 May 2010) PDF
Don't Mess With Textbooks (Josh Rosenau, Seed Magazine, 22 May 2009)
Don't Try This at Home (Steve Silberman, Wired 14.06, Jun 2006)
The Dorothy Jemison Foundation (Mae C. Jemison et al.)
Double Helix Science Club (CSIRO)
DragonflyTV (PBS)
Dragonfly Web Pages (Miami U, Ohio)
The Drennon Dolphin Websurfer (Bill Drennon)
Dr. Frankenbean's Online Laboratory
Dr. Fred's Place: Fred Bortz, Children's Science Writer
(Alfred B. Bortz, Monroeville, Pennsylvania)

Dr. Matrix' Web World of Science
Dynamic Science Activities (Vernon Levy)
The Early Years Blog: Resources and conversation on PreK to 2 science (NSTA Science and Children)
Earth History and the Evolution of Life Must Be Taught: Creationism Is Not Science (American Geophysical Union)
The Earth is more than 6000 years old (Pamela L. Gay, Star Stryder, 2 Sep 2007)
The Earth We Share (Mae C. Jemison et al.)
ECSITE: European Collaborative on Science, Industry and Technology Exhibitions
ECSITE-UK: The Science Centre and Discovery Centre Network
Ecsite's Position Statement on Science and Evolution (European Network of Science Centres and Museums)
EDP Virtual Applications (Electronic Desktop Project)
Edquest.ca Middle School Science Resources
Education Media Library -- Science Links
Educational Resources in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields (Joseph S. Tenn)
Educational Resources in Science (CLN)
Educational Resources - Science (ENC)

Educational Science Software (Educational Software Directory)
Education at The Natural History Museum (London)
Education at the Science Museum (London)
Education World Science Center
Educator Resource Center (Museum of Science, Boston)
Effective Elements of Science Education for English Learners
(Fred Dobb, California Science Project, UCLA, 2004)
EHP Science Education (Environmental Health Perspectives)
Eighth Grade Integrated Science Sci-ber Text Home Page
(Glen Westbroek, Utah)
The Eisenhower Network - Collaboration & Products and Resources
Eisenhower Science and Math Consortium for Northwest Schools (SMCNWS)
The Electronic Journal of Science Education Archive Page
The Electronic Universe (Greg Bothun, University of Oregon)
Elementary Education Resources-Science (Bernie Poole)
Elementary Science This Month (Karl A. Matz)
e-Missions: Live Simulations (Center for Educational Technologies, Wheeling University)
Empirical Zeal (blog ed. Aatish Bhatia, Wired Science)
-- Review (Web life, Physics World, 21 Nov 2013)
ENC Focus: A Magazine for Classroom Innovators
(Eisenhower National Clearinghouse)
ENC Guidebook of Federal Resources (U.S.)
ENC Online: K-12 Mathematics and Science Curriculum Resources
Engaging Science (Vancouver, BC)
ENSI/SENSI: Evolution/Nat.of Sci.Home Page (ENSIweb)
Environmental Health Science Education (U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)

EOAScientific.com Software Library
The Epic of Evolution: Cosmic Resources for Educators
(Ruth Rosenhek, Rainforest Information Centre)
Epic of Evolution: Life, the Earth, and the Cosmos
(Course 210A, Washington University in St. Louis)
The Equity in Science Education Project
Eric Chaisson Home Page (Eric J. Chaisson)
ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education
ESO - Science Outreach Network (European Southern Observatory)
ESTEME | Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Week (US)
Eugenie Scott on the Stealth of Science Denialism (Interview by Paul Fidalgo, Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, 21 Aug 2012)
Eugenie C. Scott | What Inspired You?
(Eugenie C. Scott, Spiked Online)
Eugenie Scott Toils in Defense of Evolution (Yudhijit Bhattacharjee, Newsmaker Interview, Science 324(5932):1250-51, 5 Jun 2009)
Eugenie C. Scott | What Inspired You?
(Eugenie C. Scott, Spiked Online)
EurekAlert! - Science for Kids (AAAS)
Evaluating and Improving Undergraduate Teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (ed. Marye Anne Fox & Norman Hackerman, U.S. National Research Council, 2002)
Everyday Classroom Tools K-6 (Tania Ruiz et al.)
Evolution and Climate Change Should Be Taught in Schools, Say States (Anna Kuchment, Budding Scientist, Scientific American Blog Network, 12 May 2012)
Evolution and Creationism in America's Classrooms: A National Portrait (Michael B. Berkman et al., PLoS Biology 6(5):e124, May 2008) PDF
-- 16% of US science teachers are creationists (Bob Holmes, New Scientist, 20 May 2008)
Evolution and Education (Brian Alters, NIH VideoCast of lecture, National Institute of Health, 10 May 2006) RAM
Evolution and Education (The Society for the Study of Evolution)
Evolution & Intelligent Design: Understanding Public Opinion
(Matthew C. Nisbet & Erik C. Nisbet, Geotimes, Sep 2005)
Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation (Proceedings of the American Institute of Biological Sciences/Biological Sciences Curriculum Studies Symposium, ed. Joel Cracraft & Rodger W. Bybee, National Association of Biology Teachers, Chicago, Nov 2004)
Evolution: Constant Change and Common Threads (Sean B. Carroll & David M. Kingsley, The 2005 Holiday Lectures in Science, Howard Hughes Medical Institute)
The Evolution Controversy in North Carolina in the 1920s (University of North Carolina)
Evolution Controversy in Our Schools (Bruce Alberts, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 4 Mar 2005)
Evolution, Creation and the Science Curriculum (Position Statement, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 1982)
-- On the Nature of Science and the Teaching of Evolution (revised Position Statement, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 2005) DOC
Evolution, Creationism and 'Intelligent Design' (Angela Cassidy with Emm Barnes, University of Manchester, Spring 2004) PDF
Evolution, Creationism, Intelligent Design (Oregon Department of Education, 21 Mar 2007, updated)
Evolution, Creationism, and Public Education: Surveying What Texas Scientists Think about Educating Our Kids in the 21st Century (Raymond A. Eve & Chawki A. Belhadi, Texas Freedom Network Education Fund, 13 Nov 2008) PDF
-- Survey of Texas University Faculty: Overwhelming Opposition to Watering Down Evolution in School Science Curriculum (Texas Freedom Network)
Evolution Education and the Law (NCSE)
Evolution: Education and Outreach (a SpringerOpen journal ed. Niles & Greg Eldredge et al.)
The Evolution Education Institute (Michigan Scientific Evolution Education Initiative)
Evolution Education Research Centre (Brian Alters et al., Humanist Perspectives 154, Autumn 2005)
The Evolution Education Resource Center
(Ken Harding, High Ridge, Missouri)
Evolution for Everyone: How to Increase Acceptance of, Interest in, and Knowledge about Evolution (David Sloan Wilson, PLoS Biology 3(12):e364, 13 Dec 2005)
Evolution Expounder (Interview with Eugenie C. Scott, Church & State, Dec 2013)
Evolution in Hawaii: A Supplement to Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science (Steve Olson, US National Research Council, 2004)
Evolution in Science Centers (ASTC Resource Center)
The evolution of teaching evolution (Jennifer Oldham, The Hechinger Report, 7 Feb 2011)
Evolution on the Front Line (American Association for the Advancement of Science)
Evolution on the Web for Biology Students (Robert P. Gendron)
The Evolution Page: Evolution Education in Kansas
(Wichita State University)
The Evolution Project (Museum of the Earth, Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, New York)
ER - The Evolution Readiness Project (Concord Consortium)
Evolution Resources (The National Academies, Washington, DC)
Evolution resources for the public school teacher
(Colin Purrington, Swarthmore College)
Evolution Statement (Australian Museum)
Evolution Statement (LSU Museum of Natural Science)
Evolution: Teachers & Students (PBS Evolution Project)
An Evolving Creation (Jeremy Mohn)
EvoNet.org Education Resources
EvoWiki | The Evolution Education Wiki (Joe aka Steinsky et al.)
E-World: Articles, Essays, Ideas, Opinions, Unabridged (Glenn Elert)

Excellence in Science, Technology and Mathematics Education Week
(US Office of Science and Technology Policy)
Experimental Science Projects: An Intermediate Level Guide
(David Morano)
Expert Voices Gateway (US National Science Digital Library)
Explorations in Science (Michio Kaku)
Exploratorium Educators Digital Assets
ExploraVision (Toshiba/NSTA)
The Explorer
Explore Science Home Page (Raman Pfaff)
Exploring Your Future in Math & Science
(Andrew Frank-Loron et al.)
Explorit Science Center's Quizzes Index
Extreme Science (Elizabeth Keller)
The Eyes of Nye (Bill Nye et al., PBS)
Fact Monster - Science
FASEB Opposes Using Science Classes to Teach Intelligent Design, Creationism, and other Non-Scientific Beliefs (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 19 Dec 2005) PDF
-- FASEB Evolution Resources
Favorite Student Links for the Science Classroom (Darci Harland)
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - Science (FREE)
Federation of Galaxy Explorers (US)
Field-tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG)
Find Out Why (U.S. National Science Foundation)
Finger Searcher Science Seeker Newsletter Index
(Martin Badke, Edmonton)
FIRST -- For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology
FirstGov for Kids - Science & Math (US)

Fisher Scientific Education
Flinn Scientific - Science Teacher Meeting Place
Florida Citizens for Science (Brandon Haught et al.)
The Flying Turtle Science and Technology Exploration Site
(David & Tom Watson)
FMA Live (Honeywell International)
Four Stakes in the Heart of Intelligent Design (Charles McGrath, New York Times, 24 Dec 2008)
Frank Potter's Science Gems (Frank Potter & Jim Martindale)
Free and Fee-Based Online Science Resources for the K-12 Community (Robert J. Lackie & Robert J. Congleton, Information Today MultiMedia & Internet@Schools 11:6, Nov-Dec 2004)
Free Online "Science" Courses (OEDB.org)
Free Science Videos and Lectures (Peteris Krumins, Riga, Latvia)
-- Blog
Frequently Asked Astronomy and Physics Questions
(John Simonetti, Virginia Tech)
Freshman Science (Megan Thomas & Kristi Carver)
FSEA | Future Scientists and Engineers of America
(Stanton, California)
Funology -- The Science of Having Fun!
Fun Science Gallery (Giorgio Carboni)
Fun Science Resources Especially for Students
(Michigan K-12 Outreach)
The Fun Science Ring (Chris Taylor)
FunTrivia.com Quiz Center!
The Future of Science (Michael Nielsen, 17 Jul 2008)
The Futures Channel: Connecting Science to the Real World
Galaxy Forum: 21st Century Education
Galileo Lesson Plans (Alan Cairns, SciEd)
Games-to-Teach Project

GEMS Great Explorations in Math and Science
(Lawrence Hall of Science, UC Berkeley)
Gender and Science Digital Library
General Interest Science (The School Page)
General Science and Teachers' Sites (ITT)
General Science Education Resources
General Science Links for Teachers and Students (Dolores Gende)
General Science Web Resources (Gary Richert)
Genesis Education: Science Module Overview
(Genesis Mission)
Genesis Mission - The Science
GeoBook Studio | Home (Wendy Curtis et al.)
Geometry.net Students Subsite - Science
Georgia Citizens for Integrity in Science Education, promoting scientific literacy and excellence in science education (GCISE)
Girls & Science (Mary McCreadie & Charlotte Babicki)
Girls Science Network
Girlstart - Smart from the start!
Gizmos - Interactive Math and Science Simulations (ExploreLearning.com)

Glacier (Rice University)
-- Resources by Subject
Glenn Commission (US National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century)
The Glenn T. Seaborg Center for Teaching and Learning Science and Mathematics (Northern Michigan University)
The Global Campus - Science
GLOBE - International Hands-On Science and Education (US)
Goddard Spaceflight Center Education
(Robert E. Gabrys, NASA Goddard SFC)
Good Science, Bad Science: Teaching Evolution in the States (Lawrence S. Lerner, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, 1 Sep 2000)
Grade A Science: Byte Size Education For All Ages
(Donald D. Markstein)
Gravity Discovery Centre (Perth, Western Australia)
The Great Nature Project (National Geographic)
Great Science for Girls (Educational Equity Center at AED, New York)
Great Web Sites for Kids (American Library Association)
The Green Frog News
The Guardians of the Millennium (Vicki Lynn)
Guided Discovery Problems (SERC)

The Hands-On Technology Program (D. M. Candelora)
Harnessing the power of video games for learning (National Summit on Educational Games, Federation of American Scientists, 2006) PDF
HASP, Hands-on Activity Science Program (Alabama)
Hays Cummins' Home Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Heisenberg's Fun House | UncertaintyPark.com
(ed. Richard Holland & Michael Battaglia)
Helping Your Child Learn Science (U.S. Department of Education)
Heritage OnLine - K-12 Science Resources
Hewlett Packard Science Experiments (Mark Johnson)
Highlights From the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2003 (National Center for Education Statistics, Washington, DC)
High School Science WebQuests (Alwyn Botha)
The Home & School Science Center (K. Grizwald)
Homework Center - Science (Kate Houston Mitchoff, Multnomah County Library, Oregon)
HOPE for Ohio Education (Lawrence Krauss et al., Help Ohio Public Education)
How can we answer questions about creation and origins? Learning from religion and science: Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Humanism -- Year 9 (Qualifications & Curriculum Authority, London, 15 Dec 2006) PDF
-- Intelligent design to feature in school RE lessons (Alexandra Smith, Guardian, 23 Jan 2007)
How Far Does Light Go? (Philip Bell, Web KIE)
How Students Learn: History, Mathematics, and Science in the Classroom (ed. M. Suzanne Donovan & John D. Bransford, US National Research Council, 2005)
How Things Work Home Page (Louis A. Bloomfield)
How to Access Information on NASA's Education Program, Materials, and Services (NASA Spacelink)
How to Access NASA Educational Resources
(Nathan Smith, TeacherLINK)
How to collect matches that will catch fire (Abraham Loeb, arXiv:1502.00709 [astro-ph.IM], 3 Feb 2015)
How You Can Support Evolution Education (NCSE)

See also Education, Education and the Internet, Scientific and Technical Writing, Technology in Education, and Women in Science

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