High School

Resources for High School Science

  • Superhero science: Six Marvel-ous minerals

    Superhero science: Six Marvel-ous minerals

    Be a superhero in your science classroom as you mesmerize and impress distracted students while they learn how to test and record physical properties of minerals that resemble Avengers Infinity Stones

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  • Bullfrog dissection: Everything you ever wanted to know in under six minutes.5:28

    Bullfrog dissection: Everything you ever wanted to know in under six minutes.

    It’s dissection like you’ve never seen it before. This engaging video helps science teachers and students discover anatomy in a surprising new way.

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  • How to prepare a bacteria sub-culture6:47

    How to prepare a bacteria sub-culture

    Learn how to properly prepare an aseptic bacteria subculture in order to multiply your bacteria and prepare it for use by more students at once, or with repeated experiments.

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  • Cash for your class – how to land that education grant.

    Cash for your class – how to land that education grant.

    Find out how to take advantage of the millions of dollars awarded to teachers every year with no-obligation, complimentary grant assistance.

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  • Scalpel safety: How to prepare a scalpel and stay out of the ER1:16

    Scalpel safety: How to prepare a scalpel and stay out of the ER

    When your dissection lessons call for sharp objects, this quick scalpel safety primer will help you and your students stay focused on the lesson at hand, and out of the ER.

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  • Physics of the fidget spinner for high school10:08

    Physics of the fidget spinner for high school

    Designed with high school students in mind, this activity incorporates quantitative analysis and graphical equations using technology to demonstrate physics concepts of motion, force, and more.

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  • Chemicals in the classroom – a quick guide to safety and purity.

    Chemicals in the classroom – a quick guide to safety and purity.

    Keep this printable chart of safer chemical substitutions on hand for ways to minimize risk to students and staff during chemistry activities.

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  • How to find safety gloves that fit your needs like…well, a glove.

    How to find safety gloves that fit your needs like…well, a glove.

    Find the right safety gloves for every science classroom activity with our interactive Glove Selector Tool.

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  • All about Science Olympiad: How to start a team, tips for new coaches, and more.30:25

    All about Science Olympiad: How to start a team, tips for new coaches, and more.

    Want to bring your most passionate science students together for creative problem solving, teamwork, and science fun outside the classroom? Start a Science Olympiad team! We'll show you how.

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  • How to use a landform simulator to study erosion, deposition, and bodies of water.4:01

    How to use a landform simulator to study erosion, deposition, and bodies of water.

    From rainfall and wave simulation to mountain peaks, volcanoes and meandering shorelines, landform simulators make it easy to model real-life topographic features without leaving your classroom.

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  • 5 things to know about science grants (and 9 steps to win one)

    5 things to know about science grants (and 9 steps to win one)

    Give us five minutes and we'll fill you in on the most effective strategies and techniques used by grant-winning educators around the country.

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  • The periodic table of candy: A chemistry lesson plan.

    The periodic table of candy: A chemistry lesson plan.

    Download this lesson plan and your science students can get a heaping helping of knowledge about the elements to go with their gum drops and jelly beans.

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  • Density has never been more delicious: A high school lesson plan.

    Density has never been more delicious: A high school lesson plan.

    Download this lesson plan and you’ll have high school science students eating out of the palm of your hand (the Tootsie Rolls help a lot too).

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  • Microscope cleaning, care and maintenance - tips to keep your scopes in tip-top shape.10:59

    Microscope cleaning, care and maintenance - tips to keep your scopes in tip-top shape.

    In this pre-recorded webinar segment, we'll show you how to solve common troubleshooting challenges, and take proper care of your microscopes so they'll take care of you for years to come.

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  • Ice, ice, bubble - a dry ice sublimation demonstration2:20

    Ice, ice, bubble - a dry ice sublimation demonstration

    Ready to be the coolest teacher at your school? Just kick off your sublimation lesson with this crowd-pleasing demo.

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  • How to use a ballistic pendulum to teach velocity, momentum, and projectile motion.3:39

    How to use a ballistic pendulum to teach velocity, momentum, and projectile motion.

    Learn how to use this innovative projectile motion apparatus to design repeatable experiments in your physics classroom and cover a variety of topics with one piece of equipment.

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  • How to use visual aides for quantitative analysis of quantum physics9:57

    How to use visual aides for quantitative analysis of quantum physics

    Learn how to turn the particle in a box model from an abstract concept into a colorful visual representation of quantum mechanics that's so easy to understand, you've gotta see it to believe it!

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  • Get the scoop on scopes: Compound microscopes12:39

    Get the scoop on scopes: Compound microscopes

    Objective, resolution, magnification, focus...what does it all mean?! We'll break it down for you so you can learn how to choose and use the right compound microscope for your classroom.

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  • How to use visual aides for qualitative analysis of quantum physics5:09

    How to use visual aides for qualitative analysis of quantum physics

    Learn how to turn the particle in a box model from an abstract concept into a colorful visual representation of quantum mechanics that's so easy to understand, you've gotta see it to believe it!

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  • Get the scoop on scopes: Stereo microscopes4:03

    Get the scoop on scopes: Stereo microscopes

    Used to examine specimens that would be too thick or opaque for compound microscopy, stereo microscopes are lower-resolution scopes that allow for a greater working distance and depth of field.

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