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History in Science

A guide to history in science resources for Dr Gaquere-Parker class (Perspectives in Science and Math)

Education Library Resources

Ingram Library (and the University System of Georgia) carries many books, videos, and other sources on teaching math and science.  You can search for these materials on the book tab of our homepage.


The library also subscribes to a number of great education databases. We especially recommend:

Other education resources, video tutorials, and tips can be found on our education research guide.

Science Education Websites

There are a great many blogs, websites, and other online resources that focus on teaching science and math.

Many professional associations have teacher based sections of their websites.  For instance:

Also, just googling your topic and teacher resources (as in googling 'teacher resources natural logarithms') will return even more great sites.

Please contact me to report broken links.