AMNH Takes on Science with New Site


The American Museum of Natural History is diving into science with their new site OLogy.

For almost two decades, OLogy has been recognized as a leader for science learning by encouraging children’s curiosity about their world. OLogy has now taken a step toward integrating science with reading comprehension for teachers and students everywhere.

OLogy – who partnered with the ReadWorks site – has paired dozens of OLogy articles with vocabulary activities and formative assessments. Not only does OLogy have these new offerings, but they also provide an array of multimedia, including videos, games, and hands-on activities for students in support of science concepts in the areas of biology, earth & space, and human cultures.

For more information, check out OLogy’s website.


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Kristin Oropeza

Kristin Oropeza is currently a TK-5th Grade Technology TOSA in Southern California. She holds a masters in special education and has worked in public education for over 10 years. Kristin also serves as a director on the CUE Los Angeles board and acts as their Communications Editor. Find her on Twitter @KristinOropeza.

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