How online resources can spark students' interest in science

06/6/2011 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

The Internet can be a resource to help propel students' interest in science-related topics. Some sites, including www.sesamestreet.org -- which offers online science games -- Google Images or videos on YouTube, can help spark inquiry or explain scientific processes, some educators and parents say. One educator encourages parents to visit such sites with their children to help foster an interest in science at an early age.

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