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I really enjoy their magazine Science Scope. They have good articles, books (cheaper for members), and netlinks that can tie into your lessons.

What state? You are going to be a very busy person with all those preps. Check out the other post about a new science teacher. Hopefully we can all keep in touch and share resources.

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Geonz 07-22-2013 07:40 AM

https://class.stanford.edu/courses/E...arn_Math/about

Lots of school systems are giving professional development credit for this ...


This has a *lot* of really good info and inspiration. Jointhe other 20,000 peopel who've signed up (okay, only about 700 are really in there)...

sandymac 07-04-2013 04:06 AM

Thanks! I appreciate the feedback. I'm in New York. I will check out the other post.

aggie'swife 07-03-2013 07:54 AM

I really enjoy their magazine Science Scope. They have good articles, books (cheaper for members), and netlinks that can tie into your lessons.

What state? You are going to be a very busy person with all those preps. Check out the other post about a new science teacher. Hopefully we can all keep in touch and share resources.

sandymac 07-02-2013 05:09 AM

Hi Everyone!

I am moving from 2nd grade to Middle School math and science (6,7,8th grade). I was wondering if there were any resources you can recommend for either one of these subjects. I was also thinking about joining NCTM and/or NSTA...anyone have experience with either one?
Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!!




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