www.teach.science/and.math, Spring 1999 Science House Workshop
Use this list of links to browse science-related sites that could be used for classroom lessons. Remember you can use the Back button or Go in the menu bar to get back to pages you've left.
Science Potpourri, Math, and More sites of interest
Mathematics
Mega Math is a site to generate more math interest from Los Alamos National Laboratory. Graphing, color, and algorithms are included.
The Math Forum from Swarthmore. Check out the Math Magic section, a problem challenge for student teams, using telecommunications.
Science's Next Wave - Resources for the Next Generation of Scientists has lots of information from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
The Why Files from the NSF gives the science behind the news.
The announcements for the Nobel Prize for '95-'97 from the Nobel Prize Foundation give good explanations of the winners' research.
BioChemNet has educational links which demonstrate the connections between biology and chemistry.
Visit Science Junction, a cyber-community for science teachers and students from the SERVIT Group in Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education and the Science House at NC State.