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Welcome to the CMS Secondary Science Wiki!
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Click on a picture below to find the information you might need! Always remember to SCROLL DOWN on the page to access all of the content.

  • find assessment info with practice questions
  • better understand common core in science
  • find resources that correlate to each standard on the NC Teacher Evaluation
  • resources, resources, resources at NCES & Teachers
  • get moving with technology in your classes
  • OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS - opportunities for teachers and students














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The vision of this science wiki is to provide an online location for collaboration among CMS high school science teachers. This collaboration may consist of posting instructional materials used in class, posting links to useful online science resources, and discussion about instructional best practices. For more information on wikis, visit the Wiki Defined page.

Click on the discussion link (left side of page under Actions) to post questions and start discussions about items on the CMS Secondary Science wiki. Members of the science wiki are also able to edit many of the pages on the site.

Use wikispace's Help feature (upper right of the page) to enhance understanding of the CMS science wiki.

Enjoy this collaborative tool and please make frequent contributions to enhance the value and benefits of our site!

Sir Ken Robinson's - Changing Education Paradigms

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DISCLAIMER:

We are continually working to make your job easier. I hope you will find these documents useful and I hope they will provide some clarity on what you should focus on in your instructional time. This work is in no way perfect and is only provided to help science teachers. These documents are meant to complement the NCDPI Standard Course of Student; they are NOT meant to replace these documents. You can still access the older documents on the CMS intranet, but due to size constraints I will be posting all newer documents on the Secondary Science Wiki. We welcome corrections and suggestions and invite you to participate in developing these documents further. Please click on your subject area to find the updated information.

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