Welcome to Science at TPS!

TPS SCIENCE PAGE

Science instructional material (textbooks and supplies) questions should be directed to Cindy Barber, Instructional Materials Coordinator.




LDC Shared Resources

2017-2018 Curriculum Resources 

   

LeeAnne Jimenez | Science Academic Coordinator 

Tulsa Public Schools, Teaching and Learning Department
Wilson, Room 305
2710 East 11th Street, Tulsa, OK 74104

T: 918-925-1134

F: 918-925-1189

email:  jimenma2@tulsaschools.org     

Curriculum website

TPS website

 Click HERE for the OAS Science Standards

 Get to Know the NGSS    

Announcements
PEARSON Information for K-5 programs
McGraw-Hill Information for 6-8 programs
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Science Instructional Materials Information

Science instructional material (textbooks and supplies) questions should be directed to Cindy Barber, Instructional Materials Coordinator.

Jeffery Allen | Science Distribution Specialist
Tulsa Public Schools,  Warehouse
Science Resource Center
1555 North 77th East Ave.
Tulsa, OK  74115

T: 918-833-8162

email: allenje@tulsaschools.org

Upcoming Professional Development

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Oklahoma Educators Evolve - Teacher Workshops:

  • Fossil Collecting at White Mound, Sulphur OK - March 5th, 2017
  • Fossil Collecting at Lake Texoma and Gainsville OK - March 25th, 2017

 

 

 

Apply for Summer 2017 Today!

 

ExplorOlogy® gives students in middle and high school a chance to do field work with scientists and learn more about biology, paleontology and other natural sciences through two exciting programs provided at no cost to participants.

 

 

 

Paleo Expedition,for grades nine through 11:Twelve participants join museum scientists for a 15-day residential adventure, scheduled June 11 through 23. The first week of the program includes learning paleontology basics at the museum and traveling to Oklahoma geological and paleontological field sites. The second includes traveling to an amazing excavation site in the Black Mesa region of Oklahoma, where students will implement the skills they learned.Learn more and apply by March 30!

 

 

 

 

Oklahoma Science Adventure, for grades six through eight: Participants have the opportunity to make new friends, explore Oklahoma landscapes and enhance their knowledge of the natural world July 16 through 22.Fourteen participants begin outdoors collecting fossils and investigating aquatic ecosystems and end the program with an overnight stay at the museum, going behind the scenes to explore the collections and to study the fossils and specimens they encountered in the field.Learn more and apply by March 30!

 

 

 

 

Oklahoma teachers also can take part in a professional development experience through ExplorOlogy®, with a stipend for participation.

 

Science Institute:FromJuly 10-13,elementary, middle and high school teachers conduct scientific investigations with museum and university scientists to build a deeper understanding of content, inquiry and the nature of science.Learn more and apply by April 28!

 

ExplorOlogy® is sponsored in part by the Sam Noble Museum and Oklahoma's oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners, through the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB).


Visitsamnoblemuseum.ou.edu/explorologyto learn more about the ExplorOlogy programs, or call (405) 325-8879 or emailexplorology.samnoblemuseum@ou.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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