The Explorer is a network data base system for contributing, organizing and delivering educational resources. These resources (instructional software, lab activities, lesson plans ...) are currently for K-12 mathematics and science education but we plan to expand content disciplines and target audiences. The Explorer is being developed jointly by the Great Lakes Collaborative and the University of Kansas UNITE group to involve educators and students in creating and using multimedia resources for active learning and "on time" delivery. The U.S. Department of Education OERI office provided funding to support the Explorer research and development efforts.
This is a collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration program. The collection has been extracted from the interactive program "Welcome to the Planets" which was distributed on the Planetary Data System Educational CD-ROM Version 1.5 in December 1995.
The Resource for Science Education (RSE) Program, funded by the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Education and Human Resources (EHR), brings visiting educators to the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) to interact with staff and scientists.
The National Education Supercomputer Program provides a unique instructional tool for science and mathematics students in elementary, junior high school, high school, and community colleges throughout the United States. Teachers learn how to bridge the gap between textbook concepts and actual applications by using high-performance computing tools similar to those used by scientists.
This service, developed as a collaboration between NASA's Planetary Data System Imaging Node, the Solar System Visualization Project,and JPL's Public Information Office, is designed to provide you with easy access to the publicly released images from various Solar System exploration programs.
As one of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) operating facilities, the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) represents years of experience in the areas of science and engineering education, training and management systems, energy and environment systems, medical sciences, and low-energy physics. With the expertise of a staff of more than 900 employees and an annual operating budget of approximately $75 million, ORISE works collaboratively with DOE laboratories and contractors, academic institutions, private companies, and scientists around
Lists all of the professional/governmental agencies providing support to Science Education.
New Standards for Science Education released in December 1995
This World Wide Web Server is operated by the staff of the ERIC/CSMEE. We call ourselves CSMEE for short (pronounced "kizz-me"). ERIC/CSMEE is located on the campus of The Ohio State University and is one of the original ERIC Clearinghouses founded in 1966. On this WWW server, we intend to provide materials of interest to the science, mathematics, and environmental education communities. We hope that you will find the information here useful.
This is NASA's Science Education Home Page
USRA provides a mechanism through which universities can cooperate effectively with one another, with the Government, and with other organizations to further space science and technology, and to promote education in these areas.
Resources for Chemistry Educators . Chemistry Teacher Resources . Periodic Tables. Information AboutChemicals . Other Resources . General Topics in Science Education CSUN Science Education Home Page .
Numerous html links to other sites
Image processing is the manipulation and analysis of scientific information represented as images. Using computer technology developed for space exploration and biomedicine, digital image processing is now widely used in science and industry. Sophisticated software and images are now available for the computers typically found in schools.
If you only want to save one WWW site for Science Education then make it this one.
A.D.A.M. Software, Inc. will develop and publish innovative, high quality multimedia products that provide anatomical, medical and health-related information for the consumer, education and professional markets worldwide.
Welcome to the Falcon Software worldwide web pages. Falcon Software is an educational software publisher specializing in Chemistry, Environmental Science, Engineering, Electronics, and Foreign Languages.
Using f(g) Scholar, students can define constants, variables and functions, graph equations build live tables of their functions, perform virtually any data analysis, statistical analysis, and curve fit. Students can even write complete lab reports or mathematical analyses that incorporate live calculations, graphs, pictures, tables,
equations, and animations. Once students have graphed their functions or data they zoom into and out of the graph, pan, and trace through the graph and their functions.
LOGAL Software Inc. develops, publishes and markets a unique line of interactive, simulation-based software and probeware in the fields of science and mathematics for high-school, college and middle school. LOGAL also provides on-site Staff Development in the U.S. to help teachers better integrate our products into their curricula.
Learning in Motion is a publisher of innovative software for K-12 education. We hope that this WWW site will make it easier for educators and home users to learn more about our company, our products, and interesting educational WWW sites.
Interactive Physics(TM) is a full-motion physics laboratory and authoring environment Macintosh computers. Educators and students use it to build and explore physics experiments on the computer.
Pasco Scientific is a leading manufacturer of computerized data acquisition systems for use in educational science laboratories.
These sites will take you to hundreds of other sites equally as valuable as the ones sited above. This list is intended as a starting point only !