20 Best Science Teacher Blogs and Websites
Science Teacher Blogs
Here are 20 Best Science Teacher Blogs you should follow in 2023
Resources for teachers and students of introductory physics.
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Marietta, Georgia, US
Jack Hassard is a professor of science education and explores issues in teaching science, shares resources for science teachers, and discusses why tea...ching science is important.more
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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Mr. Barlow is a high school science teacher and podcaster from Melbourne, Australia who shares interesting science studies, cool science news, and opt...ical illusions at his blog.more
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Austin, Texas, US
Covers Science resources for busy upper elementary teachers. Ari Mosquera, the 5th-grade science teacher, created The Science Penguin to share her own... science materials, informational texts, simple labs, assessments, and lesson planning guides.more
22.9K 1 post / week Mar 2012 DA 28 Get Email Contact
Sacramento, California, US
High school physics education issues as seen by one California teacher: From content standards to critical thinking.
1 post / week Jul 2006 DA 30 Get Email Contact
This blog is about a day in the life of a high school biology teacher....the triumphs, the failures, and everything in between. In the process, I wou...ld like to share teaching materials that have worked for me and my students.more
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Curating Transformative Science Education Resources.
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Raising the energy level of my physics classes. At Quantum Progress, 9th grade Atlanta physics teacher John Burk relives a childhood tradition at Phys...ics Teacher Camp, promotes blogging as a tool for professional development, and ponders why physics buildings never win campus beauty contests.more
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The universe's most powerful enabling tool is not knowledge or understanding but imagination because it extends the reality of one's enviro...nment.more
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Hi, my name is Sarah. I have spent over 35 years in the field of elementary education. I taught special education, second grade, science, and enrichme...nt through STEM. Currently, I am an educational curriculum designer specializing in the area of science. Our goal is to inspire teachers by making science easier to teach and to encourage students' sense of wonder!more
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Addicted to Teaching with a Preference for Middle School Science.
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12. Physics! Blog!
New York City, New York, US
Physics! Blog! shares results of The No Homework Experiment and discusses standards based grading, the goal of testing, and teaching students how to l...earn from mistakes.more
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13. SuperFly Physics
Saint Paul, Minnesota, US
At SuperFly Physics, Andy Rundquist shares ideas for teaching physics, fun science experiments, and interesting physics problems.
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A not-for-profit website dedicated to helping teachers with science and information technology advice.Rob Butler is a school leader at a special schoo...l academy, chartered teacher of science and ASE activist.more
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Mrs.Harris Teaches is dedicated to helping science teachers in the upper elementary to high school classroom. It offers ideas, lesson plans, and activ...ities to help students better understand science topics.more
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Olympia, Washington, US
A former science teacher who now oversees education in the state of Washington shares insights into working on education policy and thoughts on scienc...e education.I'm a a career educator, with K - 12 experience in science curriculum, instructional coaching, and both small- and large-scale assessment.more
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New Jersey, US
Breaking out of the classroom into the world. A science teacher and former pediatrican finds an exemplary model in Dr. Seuss, challenges technophiles ...to understand deeply, and explains why he has made a tradition of culminating each school year with a field trip to watch horseshoe crabs in the throes of romance.more
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New York, US
A science teacher shares her journey through technology use in the classroom.
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Rochester, New York, US
GRS is the Warner School of Education's science teacher preparation program committed to social justice through meaningful and authentic science inqui...ry.more
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20. Chillax Science
Reizelie has a passion for developing science curriculum that engages children while developing in-depth scientific thinking and skills. Reizelie also... loves helping teachers, schools, and homeschooling families improve their science curriculum in ways that are authentic to scientists' work.more
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