Science Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Science Intermediate Open Educational Resources

The County Clerk's office contains a wealth of materials for both the genealogist and general researcher. Among the records you may find useful are naturalizations, marriage certificates (duplicates of forms filed with the local town or village dating from 1908-1931), census records (federal and state), school records (mostly financial reports...

The Library of Congress Presents American Memory, a set of online collections featuring content surrounding subjects such as Women's, African Americans', and Native Americans' History, Performing Arts, Government, Immigration, War, Religion, Presidents, the Environment, and more. These collections feature historical artifacts such as books,...

The Learning Network provides teaching and learning materials and ideas based on New York Times content.
Teachers can use or adapt our lessons across subject areas and levels or contribute their own ideas.
Students can respond to our Opinion questions, take our News Quizzes, learn the Word of the Day, try our Test Yourself questions...

Workshops in this series focus on providing teachers with tools to deepen science content and make connections to Common Core reading and writing standards. Session activities include guided hall explorations, lectures by experts, pre, during and post visit activity modeling and time to differentiate lessons to create effective museum learning...

Workshop participants gain access to real-world applications, authentic research, and thoughtful lessons that accelerate an understanding of the natural sciences. Since 2001, our PhD-level researches have provided excellent educational opportunities for teachers. To learn more about research at the Museum, please go to Museum Research,...

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