NSTA is in search of opinionated technophiles with good writing skills to join our new Technology Review Panel. Members of the panel will be asked to classroom test and evaluate new technology products of interest to science educators. In most cases, reviewers will be allowed to keep the materials that they review, but some vendors may ask that they be returned (vendors will be responsible for all shipping costs). Reviews will be published in our K–12 journals as part of NSTA Recommends.…Continue
While this is not math/science specific, I love the idea of a professional summer reading list! Here is Edutopia's for the summer of 2011: http://www.edutopia.org/groups/new-teacher-connections/52655.
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The Getty Museum offers a searchable database of free K-12+ curricula aligned to content standards. Designed for teachers of all grade levels as well as of adult and ESL learners, the curricula focuses on multiple subjects including math, science, visual arts, language arts, and history. For more info, visit: http://www.getty.edu/education/search/
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