Are you looking for fun ways to cover scientific topics in your classroom? Check out our science lesson plans and ideas for teachers.
What happens when scientists change organisms’ biological instructions? These 6 middle and high school-level articles illustrate the potential of genetic engineering.
Use this interactive map to choose articles by country or search for specific states using the map’s search bar in the upper left-hand corner. Select from over 200 articles, 7 continents, and 17 languages.
We recommend nine adapted articles to cover each of the nine AP Environmental Science units.
An extensive hands-on lesson on natural selection for middle- and high-school science students.
Science articles from California for middle and high school students. Various scientific fields and topics – from biodiversity to social science.
Our scientific articles now available as audio versions for students with reading difficulties or visual impairment.
Four great articles to teach students in chemistry class, including lessons, videos and interviews with scientist.
Do your students seem stressed or overwhelmed? This lesson plan could help them assess their emotional wellbeing and come up with ways to cope with
Interview with bat physiologist Shannon Currie.
A hands-on game to teach students about fish migration, predators and prey and human impacts.
Sometimes humans and animals come into conflict with each other. In this lesson, students will explore the impacts humans and animals have on one another and look for ways to resolve or reduce conflict.
Meet a scientist! An interview with Tiffany Luong – a microbiologist who studies phages and phage therapy as an alternative to antibiotics!