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Physics Education Technology (PhET) produces fun, interactive simulations of physical phenomena. More than 80 simulations let students experiment with circuits, string tension, kinetic and potential energy, radios waves...  (The Kavli Operating Institute, supported by National Science Foundation)
The Physics Front provides selected resources for teachers of high school physics. Hundreds of lessons, labs, and activities can be found in four categories: conceptual physics, algebra-based physics...  (National Science Foundation)
Physical Sciences Resource Center offers hundreds of annotated lessons, simulations, and resources for teaching topics in the physical sciences, including astronomy, classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism...  (National Science Foundation)
Space Science Education Resource Directory helps find NASA space science resources for learning. Hundreds of resources can be sorted by science type (earth, physical, or space), or by grade range. Topics include algebra...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Physics to Go is a collection of reviewed resources for teaching and learning about astronomy, electricity and magnetism, fluids, light, modern physics, motion and energy, quantum physics, and waves...  (American Physical Society, supported by National Science Foundation)
Physical Sciences presents more than 200 activities, visualizations, and lessons on electricity and magnetism, energy, heat and thermodynamics, interactions of matter, light and optics, measurement...  (Exploratorium, supported by National Science Foundation)
Motions and Forces provides video clips and interactive resources for learning about electricity and magnetism, forces between objects, gravity, objects in motion, tension and compression, and velocity...  (Teachers' Domain, supported by Multiple Agencies)
Exploring Magnetism is a series of lessons on solar wind, solar flares, space weather, electromagnetism, and earth's magnetism. Map magnetic fields in your environment. Experiment with compass needles...  (Center for Science Education, supported by National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Climate Discovery Teacher's Guide includes lessons on how the sun's magnetism interacts with the earth's magnetic field, how scientists study ancient climates, how the earth system works and how climate changes over...  (National Center for Atmospheric Research, supported by National Science Foundation)
Science Education at Jefferson Lab offers 16 hands-on activities to answer questions such as: How do scientists to measure the size of an atom? What kind of coat will keep you the warmest—one made from cotton, steel...  (Department of Energy)
Astro-Venture provides interactive tutorials on biology, geology, astronomy, and atmospheric sciences. Biology topics include ecosystems, energy, producers and consumers, and the cycle of matter...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
The Interactive Plasma Physics Education Experience provides interactive pages for students and educators on matter, electricity, magnetism, energy, and fusion. It features a virtual fusion reactor application and encourages analysis of...  (Department of Energy)
The Exploration of the Earth's Magnetosphere looks at the hot (but usually rarefied) gases which fill most of space, which are ruled by magnetic and electric forces rather than by gravity. The site discusses such phenomena as the...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Earth's Magnetic Field is the focus of the POETRY website, which explores solar storms and how they affect us, space weather, and the Northern Lights. A 64-page workbook of hands-on activities examines...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Magnetic Field Activities for the High School Classroom helps students understand the vector nature of fields, the ubiquity of fields in the environment, and the 3-dimensionality of fields. Activities include mapping the magnetic field of...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Radio JOVE: Planetary Radio Astronomy for Schools helps students and amateur scientists observe and analyze natural radio emissions of Jupiter and the Sun. Through the study of their magnetic fields and their plasma (charged...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
The Space Weather Center explores the solar cycle, solar wind, Earth's magnetic field, the ionosphere, auroras, states of matter, plasma (which makes up 99% of visible matter in the universe), and other...  (Multiple Agencies)
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