Science High School Open Educational Resources

Science High School Open Educational Resources

The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) Children's Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) uses New York State curriculum standards in carrying out their school programs. Improving STEM education is the museum's priority and its hands-on philosophy allows children of all ages to explore at their own pace and ability level, which...

Whether you are seeking to enrich your class field trip to the Zoo or Aquarium or a lesson in your own classroom, the Education Division of the Wildlife Conservation Society offers a wide range of opportunities to enhance science curricula for grades K–12. Their time-tested, teacher-endorsed programs include Distance Learning Expeditions,...

The Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History is a great resource for intermediate and high school students to learn more about physics, astronomy, and the laws of the universe. The planetarium's notable programs include the Frontiers Lecture Series, which features prominent astrophysicists, authors, and Museum experts...

Information fluency skills and strategies are an integral part of learning in any subject area, and a collaborative approach by the librarian and the classroom teacher is the most effective way to familiarize students to what the library can offer and teach students to be information fluent. A student who is information-fluent possesses the...

The Adirondack guide of yesteryear was woods-wise and independent; a skilled hunter, fisherman and cook; and a shrewd judge of character. Students explore the life, skills and work of these intrepid characters and compare the 19th century woodsman to today’s guides. Customized wilderness programs are available for grades K-12, are about two...

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