Jefferson Lab Science Education
|Link to Resource:||https://education.jlab.org/|
|Resource Type:||Classroom Activities; Curricula and Instruction|
|Summary:||Jefferson Lab, a world-class nuclear research facility, offers STEM resources for middle to college-level teachers and students. Organized by user (Teacher or Student) and by resource type (Games and Puzzles, Science Cinema, and Programs and Events), the webpage has something for everyone interested in physics, whether you're a new teacher looking to strengthen understanding of physics topics; a veteran educator seeking games, hands-on activities, and videos to energize classroom science instruction; or a student searching for homework help or internship opportunities. Notable resources include Physics Out Loud, a video glossary of common words and terms used in nuclear physics research, explained by Jefferson Lab scientists and other experts; and Frostbite Theater, a collection of short, fun video experiments and demonstrations exploring liquid nitrogen, radioactivity, electricity, and the Jefferson Lab.|
|Subjects:||high school; higher education; middle school; nuclear; nuclear energy; physics; stem; teachers resources|
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