Here's a place for anything cool, zany, and random. Please share if you have any ideas. Send to Carole Bennett to have them added.
Here is an excellent web site and video about girls and STEM careers. With all the work we are doing, still only about 6% of STEM graduates are girls. A must!
Download the PDF file with a SCIENCE SLEUTH TREASURE HUNT specially designed for use at the upcoming Science Discovery Day. This is a great activity for teachers and kids.
A nerdy scientist has fun! Watch "Science Experiments with Kevin Delaney" on video.
ASTRONAUT Jerry L. Ross has his own website with resources for kids and teachers. He is the only astronaut to do seven trips into space.
NATIONAL SPACE SOCIETY has a website that is a citizens voice about space dedicated to the creation of a spacefaring civilization.
SMILE. It's fun. SMILE is an online collection of more than 3,000 math and science activities available to anyone, free of charge. We are a community of educators who contribute, use, and comment on activities at www.howtosmile.org.
Go to FACEBOOK and type in "North Bay Science Discovery Day" and LIKE US! Check out all the fun stuff posted there.
ZOMBIE JULIE helps high school students celebrate the end of a two-week summer neurosicence emersion program held at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Julie Mangada was a scientist there whose job was working with kids!