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Books & E-books
Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had by
Call Number: QA11.2.Z34 2017 (LC)
Portland, ME: Stenhouse, .
Hooked on Riddles: A Guide to Teaching Kids Math, Science, English, and Other Subjects Using Fun Word Plays and Silly Jokes by
Call Number: LB1029.G3 Q55 2012 (LC)
New York, NY: Skyhorse, 2012.
Place-Based Science Teaching and Learning: 40 Activities for K-8 Classrooms by
Call Number: LB1585.B87 2012 (LC)
Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2012.
Successful STEM Education: A Workshop Summary by
Call Number: LB1585.3.W677 2011 (LC)
Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2011.
Teaching the Female Brain: How Girls Learn Math and Science by
Call Number: QA11.2.J36 2009
Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2009.
Campus Library Designations
RH = Walsh Library at Rose Hill, Bronx
LC = Quinn Library at Lincoln Center
WC = Westchester Campus Library (Fordham Westchester Library)
Web Content: Science, Math, Environment
20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students
From the site Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, January 25, 2014.
Published by the American Institute of Biological Sciences, this site aims to promote bioscience literacy. The main sections include Biodiversity, Environment, Evolution, Genomics, and Science Policy; all feature original articles written by academicians, scientists, science undergrad students, and freelance writers.
Best Websites for Teaching and Learning Math
From the site WeAreTeachers; January 26, 2018.
EPA - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
This site has attractions for K-12 students, teachers, and parents with topics such as Learning the Issues, Science & Technology, and Laws & Regulations. Student resources include educational games, homework help, and community service projects.
Kathy Schrock's iPads4Teaching
How to teach and learn using iPads; from veteran teacher Kathy Schrock
Math Forum @ Drexel
Drexel University's site offers K-16 educators technologically savvy content, featuring "MathTools," a teacher-friendly digital library of math software resources for lessons, activities, and support materials.
NASA Image and Video Library
NASA images, sounds, and videos - generally copyright free
NOAA Education Resources
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has organized materials around themes and collections providing toolkits of information in the content areas of Oceans and Coasts, Climate, Weather and Atmosphere, Marine Life, and Freshwater. Collections are not grade specific, but resources are labeled for grade appropriateness. Free use of materials unless otherwise noted.
Resources for Science Learning
The Franklin Institute's site emphasizes leadership in science learning, research, and innovative program development with focus areas in education technology, teacher development, gender and family learning, and youth leadership. Features online science content and resources and professional development opportunities for educators.
A co-creation of the University of California's Museum of Paleontology and the National Center for Science Education, this site offers K-12 teachers lesson plans and classroom activities, a convenient glossary, thought-provoking diagrams and images, and sensible rebuttals against creationist arguments opposed to evolution.
The U.S. Geological Survey/U.S. Department of the Interior site includes educational material for primary and secondary students as well as for undergraduates. Many videos and additional classroom materials are freely available online in the areas of astrogeology, biology, climate change, eathquakes, tsunamis, and more. Site includes respositories, reports, publications, maps, and photography.
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