Enjoy a masters student using music to explain string theory in A Cappella Science http://io9.com/so-this-physics-grad-student-made-a-mindblowing-bohemia-1333515132
Here is the same student's latest video about new planet discoveries called Whole New Worlds. Enjoy!
Posters for Chemistry teachers.
An Environmental Science School Video - see an e-lab
Object-oriented Inquiry http://cadrek12.org/category/project-focus/category-topic-area/disciplinary-content-knowledge ... sometimes known by other names such as Project-focused Inquiry is useful for hands-on learning. See MentorMob for many other examples of lessons of this category http://www.mentormob.com/learn/i/pbl-my-favs/project-based-learning-examples-lesson-plans-ideas-templates-learningreviewscom-k12-educational-websites
When science and literature go hand in hand. Lab Lit http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/12/05/lab-lit-writing-fiction-based-on-real-science/
Women and science - Womenrockscience - "untold" stories of women's contribution to science.
Maker Education Organization
Literacy includes viewing and representing. See: A music tribute to Carl Sagan.
Rocket Science 101 is a free iPad app offered by NASA designed to help students understand how rockets work. The app also helps students understand the differences between the four types of rockets most frequently used by NASA. In Rocket Science 101 students can build all four rockets in a jigsaw-like activity then virtually launch their rockets. When the rockets are launched students see the timing of each stage of the launch from surface to orbit.