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Online Teaching Resources

Virtual teaching has its own opportunities and challenges. These proven online resources are part of the College of Science and College of Education teaching curriculum and can support you in becoming a fun, effective and engaging educator. 

Utah Online Recources (Local)

List of local online resources from places like the Ogden Nature Center, Hogle Zoo and the Natural History Muesum of Utah


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Quick Links

Quick links to lessons and activities organized by botany, zoology, chemistry, math,  physics, and earth science.


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Chat with a Scientist

A scientist will be available every Monday to help answer questions, find resources and to help you prepare for the week ahead! Live chat from 12:30-1:30 pm or email anytime with your questions. 

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National Science Teaching Association

Resources for all different subject types. Due to recent events, they are also offering a free 30-day membership, so you can access all the content, resources and help free of charge!
Look for their Daily Do blog for fun activities.

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Free interactive simulations for math and science, no coding required! There are simulations from elementary to college level.
Look for topical information in subjects such as Biology, Physics, Chemistry,
Earth Science, and Math.

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Shows on ANY topic, including recents updates about COVID-19.
Weekly shows are free to watch and provide educational spice to your weekly routine.


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A public learning laboratory facilitating exploration of the world through science, art, and human perception.
Look for specific resources found in the
 Digital Teaching Toolbox, the
Tinkering Studio, and their Digital Library 

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Lawrence Hall of Science

This site has a collection of free science apps and activities that are perfect for virtual teaching and learning for all ages. Look for these topical apps:
DIY Sun Science, Space Chef, and
DIY Lake Science.

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Environmental Protection Agency

A great free online resource for environmental and science based lesson plans, activities and ideas. 


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Let's Connect!


CSME Director

Adam Johnston
Room TY 204, Mail Code 2509

Mailing address

Weber State University
Center for Science and
Math Education

1415 Edvalson St., Dept. 2509
Ogden, UT 84408-2509

Building location

Tracy Hall Science Center (TY)

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