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Science & Numeracy Special Collection

The National Institute for Literacy Science and Numeracy Special Collection provides annotated links to Internet sites that are useful for teaching and learning about science and numeracy. The topics have been arranged according to the national education standards in science and in numeracy.

The collection emphasizes the ways in which science and math skills are important to understanding the world around us.

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Learners:
This section provides
online resources for
direct and independent
use by learners

Science | Numeracy

Instructors:
These websites provide
a variety of curricular
materials, learning activities,
and lesson plans.

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The contents of this LINCS Special Collection website are compiled and updated by Paul Heavenridge. We adhere to the National LINCS Selection Criteria. Click here for more information. It is maintained and hosted Literacyworks. Please send us your comments.

About the top banner: Pictured is Albert Einstein, 1879-1955 (see Pi Day for an interesting connection between Einstein and pi), a string of prime numbers, and a nuclear symbol.

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