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Science Learning Network Target Audiences Grades - with lessons in groupings of K-2 3-5 6-8 9-12 Review The Science Learning Network (SLN) is a gateway to some of the most exciting inquiry-based science resources on the Internet. The site is the product of a partnership among six science museums and is funded by Unisys and the National Science Foundation. The partner museums are: The Franklin Institute; the Exploratorium; the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry; the Science Museum of Minnesota; the Museum of Science, Boston; and the Miami Museum of Science. Through the Science Learning Network, site users can access all of the resources offered by these excellent science centers as well as visit the 20 or so online sites and use theexperiences created by the partner museums for this project. These resources cover a broad range of topics, many of which are guaranteed to appeal to middle-school and high-school students. But anyone can learn a great deal through these resources, not only about such topics as earthquakes, sports science, El Ni´┐Żo, and more, but also about how to design great online learning experiences that motivate, captivate, and fully utilize the capabilities of the Internet. In addition to these resources, SLN has the SLN Lab, where students can make an aurora, a cloud chamber, acid rain, and two experiments that help students imagine the size of an atom. SLN is an excellent place to go for exciting inquiry-based science resource

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