I found all of these useful for different occasions. All of them contain strategies anyone can directly use in the classroom.
Philosophy Towards Teaching
Validation, Yes..so? how? why? how do we know?
General Teaching Resources
Mr. Pinsky’s Participation “Quiz“ – Used with a projector, an easy way to give qualitative and/or quantitative feedback. Check out the settings to change the number of groups, etc.
Large Group Games - 10 to 30 people
Lesson Plan: Learning to Look Without Judgment – developed by educator for grades 4-6
Academic Language Tools for Students by Jeff Zwiers
Newsela - current event-based themed texts; sorted
ReadWorks - incl. differentiated versions, audio, and week-long themes
Science-Specific Lessons & Labs
Exploratorium Science Snacks! – low-cost phenomena-centered activities
Reading to Learn in Science – use for adapting readings, worksheets, reviews
Learning Design Group (Lawrence Hall of Science) - amazing sets of lesson plans for teaching scientific principles, evidence, inference, reasoning skills, etc. all using real world examples
ENSI/SENSI Indiana - superb lessons on the nature of science, evidence, inference, as well as intensive inquiry-driven activities about evolution
TeachEngineering - excellent resource for anyone wanting problem-solving or design thinking starters
Forensic Files: Views of the Body - week-long lesson plan with many extension possibilities
General Science Resources
The Wonder of Science - great resources, inquiry-driven
HHMI BioInteractive (everything DNA & evolution; lesson plans, videos, data analysis worksheets, etc.)
Anatomy & Physiology course – slides, notes, worksheets, even labs; great starting point
Infographics in the Classroom (California Academy of Sciences) - multi-activity toolkit analyzing graphs