10 Interactive Science Education Websites For Grades K-12

As science teachers prepare to go back to school for the next school year, some have already returned, they are always searching for good online resources to supplement their lessons. It is always nice when someone helps them by previewing science websites and make recommendations. The best science education websites are interactive, allowing students to… Continue reading 10 Interactive Science Education Websites For Grades K-12

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Scientists Can Finally Tell If Water Contamination Is Caused By Hydraulic Fracturing ("Fracking")

At last! Scientists can now positively identify if water contamination was caused specifically by the process of oil and natural gas extraction called hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”). Hydraulic fracturing involves forcing large amounts of water into underground shale, releasing trapped oil or natural gas. Until now, the downside of the effects of fracking was highly controversial… Continue reading Scientists Can Finally Tell If Water Contamination Is Caused By Hydraulic Fracturing ("Fracking")

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5 Practical Steps To Improve Your ACT Science Score

There are two particular skills that you need to cultivate so that you can improve your ACT science score. Mainly, they are your 1) Reasoning skills, and 2) Analytical skills. You should be proficient when it comes to identifying data that are presented in graphs, tables and maps and in interpreting questions logically. If you… Continue reading 5 Practical Steps To Improve Your ACT Science Score

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Rocketry Experiments Apologia Science Curriculum

Every action triggers an equal reaction in the opposite direction. There are many experiments that can use this principle, and it’s my goal to take you beyond your Apologia science curriculum experience, by making science fun and easy for you. Have you ever kicked a brick wall? Off course you ended up hurting your toe. As… Continue reading Rocketry Experiments Apologia Science Curriculum

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Scihub links periodically getting broken?

I have a link to a paper generously afforded to me by SciHub ([https://sci-hub.st/10.1007/s00125-005-1962-5](https://sci-hub.st/10.1007/s00125-005-1962-5)), I have this link saved in my notes on my computer. As of right now, this link works. I’ve noticed several times though that after a period of time (say, 24 hours) this link will no longer be valid and will… Continue reading Scihub links periodically getting broken?

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Apologia Science Curriculum – Mini Rockets You Can Build

We have all been amused by the way an inflated balloon behaves when left loose without tying the mouth. This dynamic action has some principles behind it and Isaac Newton, an English scientist, explained why this happens centuries ago. He said that for every action there is a reaction with equal force in the opposite… Continue reading Apologia Science Curriculum – Mini Rockets You Can Build

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