Cheat sheets and blogs for science teachers

by Stephanie Chasteen on November 4, 2009

A couple links that look very helpful.

100 excellent blogs for science teachers (which includes yours truly!)

Includes a bunch of teacher blogs (which seems like a great way to get some online mentorship if you’re all alone), and subject-area blogs (like physics or biology).  A very useful list.

100 cheat sheets for K12 teachers

The sections on math and science include such helpful handouts as trig basics, basic principles of chemistry, how to add positive and negative numbers, from a variety of sources and websites (many from Clif Notes).

{ 2 comments }

kayacamilla November 6, 2009 at 1:55 am

When I was a little kid, I am very much interested of being a professional teacher when I grew up. Of course, when you grew older, a lot of things would happen that could change your desire in life. However, I still salute every teachers from all over the world. Without them, no man would ever be successful 🙂 I wonder how hard it is to be known as a science geek girl. I also enjoy science, I can still remember how active I am in school whenever we have to make a conclusion about the experiment that was assign to us. Science is very challenging, so for all the science geek girl, keep it up. You guys rule 🙂

liveta kupcikovaite November 20, 2012 at 8:45 pm

where can i find the cheat sheets for chemistry and science

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