Chemistry resources for teachers include the Royal Society of Chemistry site and the California State University site for chemistry. The RSC site has items such as interactive lab primers, the periodic table and an aspirin screen experiment among other modules.
Some resources available for locating former teachers include social media websites such as LinkedIn or Facebook, teacher-focused websites such as RateMyTeachers.com and TeacherWeb.com, or individual school websites. Students can also ask their former classmates for cur...
To become a licensed science teacher, complete a bachelor's degree program in a science-related discipline and complete a teacher certification program to gain a teaching license. As education systems differ between states, some states may have other qualifications.
Teachers Pay Teachers offers a variety of classroom activities, including homework assignments, games, PowerPoint presentations and bulletin-board decorations. Materials are available for students in preschool through 12th grade, and for every subject, including art, En...
Good resources for helping children to understand science are available at NSTA.org, KidSource.com and Schools.Discovery.Education.com. NSTA.org provides valuable tips for parents attempting to help and support a child who is having difficulty with science.
Helpful resources for elementary school teachers include curriculum guides and course profiles distributed by the school district, advice, worksheets and sample lessons from fellow or former teachers and tests, quizzes and activities provided by publishers of textbooks....
Some methods teachers may use to procure free educational materials and supplies for their classrooms are starting crowdfunding efforts on the Internet, partnering with local businesses, entering themselves, their classrooms, and their students into various contests and...