ELLs are better positioned to learn science through the COPPELLS model of PBL, which provides online and asynchronous forums for reviewing and discussing course material.
Eric Brunsell takes us on a tour of his favorite online resources for science teachers.
Sports offers a perfect opportunity to explore concepts like force, motion, potential energy, velocity, and torque. Engage your students with this collection of videos about the intersection of science and sports.
Visit a curated collection of resources related to teaching science on Edutopia's pinboard on Pinterest, including tips, activities, lesson ideas, and more.
Great for readers of all literacy levels, these nine nonfiction titles work in English language arts, social studies, and science classes.
Using project-based learning in science, technology, engineering, art, and math classes is a way to solve problems in real-world contexts.
Jump-start your lesson plans with these videos and resources for students of all ages.
See how students apply their literacy skills to explore science problems outside classroom walls.
Is snow in the forecast? Here are some engaging science, reading, and writing resources to share with parents.
When children are absent for ongoing medical treatment, educate the class about their illness, and foster a classroom community that reaches out to include the recovering classmate.
Ignite student passion for the natural world with fieldwork apps, turning your kids into citizen scientists who observe, hypothesize, identify, and share information about nature.
Blogger Suzie Boss shares 20 ideas for getting engaging projects going in your classroom.
Kindergarten inclusion teacher Trisha Riche' inspires her students -- and her readers -- to play, learn and teach outside of the box.
Edutopia blogger Eric Brunsell breaks scientific inquiry down into the basic CER model and offers suggestions for introducing it to students.
Blogger Eric Brunsell takes us on a tour of his favorite online resources for science teachers.
The Five Features of Science Inquiry: How do you know? STEM blogger Eric Brunsell outlines the five features of science inquiry
Blogger and PBL specialist Andrew Miller offers an array of creative suggestions for using Quick Response codes in the classroom.
John Maeda, President of Rhode Island School of Design, makes a convincing case for adding art to the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics curriculum - and turning STEM into STEAM.