This website is an accumulation of my science teaching resources for the past 15+ years. I am a terrible organizer of hardcopies, so have started to save my teaching documents online. Feel free to use them to enhance the learning of your students. The majority of the worksheets and resources are Biology and Environmental Science, since that is what I have been assigned to teach/develop most often. Check the student pages for additional materials not listed here.
Aerospace Education Foundation (AEF) Grants :
Offers Educator grants of up to $250 per academic year in support to elementary and secondary classrooms for aerospace education programs, opportunities, and activities. www.paemst.org
CFNM (Center for Functional Nanoscale Materials) Teacher Fellowships in nanoscience research and problem-based learning curriculum development. CFNM Teacher Fellows participate in components of the PRISM program and in guided research experiences in Clark Atlantaís nanoscience labs, and ultimately translate the CFNM's nanoscience research into problem-based learning (PBL) curriculum materials. http://www.cse.emory.edu/prism/cfnm/
Entomological Society of America President's Prizes for Outstanding Achievement in Primary and Secondary Education Funded by ESA These awards recognize educators who have gone beyond the traditional teaching methods by using insects as educational tools. One winner will be chosen from among primary teachers (grades K-6) and one from among secondary teachers (grades 7-12). http://www.entsoc.org/awards/professional/educational.htm
Georgia Science Teacher Association Awards and Scholarships
For more information about the following awards, scholarships and grants, www.georgiascienceteacher.org.
Georgia Intern-Fellowships for Teachers (GIFT) is a collaborative effort designed to enhance mathematics and science experiences of Georgia teachers and their students http://www.ceismc.gatech.edu/gift/
National Science Teachers Association Awards
: K-12 Teachers, and students
www.nsta.org/programs Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching
: Prize money: $750 for three finalist, and $10,000 for winner and trip to Washington, D.C. www.paemst.org
President's Prizes for Outstanding Achievement in Primary and Secondary Education Entomological Society of America These awards recognize educators who have gone beyond the traditional teaching methods by using insects as educational tools. One winner will be chosen from among primary teachers (grades K-6) and one from among secondary teachers (grades 7-12). http://www.entsoc.org/awards/professional/educational.htm
SSP Society for Science & the Public (SSP), with generous support from
Intel, is pleased to announce the launch of its Fellows Program. The
SSP Fellows Program provides funds and training to selected U.S.
science and math teachers who serve underresourced students, to
enable interested and motivated students to perform high-quality
independent scientific research. Fellows receive a stipend of up to
$8500/year depending on proposed budget, demonstrated need, support
of the school and needs of the student population.
For more information, visit SSPís website
http://outreach.societyforscience.org Questions? Please contact
Jennifer A. Carter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Target Field Trip Grants Program
Eligibility: K-12 educators and school officials
Value: 800 awards of $1,000 each http://www.target.com/teachers
Teaching Ambassador Fellowships The Fellowship includes two kinds of opportunities for teachers across the U.S. Up to 20 Classroom Fellows will remain at their schools under their regular teaching contracts and will be paid to participate in additional Department discussions and projects throughout the school year on a part-time basis. http://www.ed.gov/programs/teacherfellowship/index.html
Tropical Biology Scholarship: Prentice Hall Biology authors Ken Miller and Joe Levine are sponsoring two scholarships to the Organization for Tropical Studies in Costa Rica! http://www.phschool.com/tropicalbiology/