Occasionally one finds a few minutes that need to be filled with a fun activity or an activity designed to stimulate discussion. Here are a few places to look for that sort of material.

teachertube.comNSDL Annotation I especially like the Brain Teaser series.

The Ford/MIT Nobel Laureate Lecture Series  One example is “Defining the Boundaries: Homeland Security and Its Impact on Scientific Research”.

The National Academy of Sciences offers interviews with 10 female scientists.  Women’s Adventures in Science

 The Space Weather Center offers the Magneto Mini Golf game.

 Television offers some web sites that are fun and informative.  The Science of James Bond from the BBC, for example.

The Research Channel at Virginia Tech offers audio and/or video lectures on a variety of topics. 

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