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View Resource The Educational Multimedia Visualization Center

Teachers looking for ways to incorporate dynamic visuals into their earth science courses need look no further than this fine site. Created by staff members at the department of earth science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, the site contains dozens of interactive animations and visualization tools that can be used in the classroom to demonstrate various processes. These resources...

View Resource Stanford SOLAR Center

The Stanford SOLAR Center is a project of the Solar Oscillations Investigation Team at Stanford and "is dedicated to sharing the joy and excitement of solar science exploration" by providing resources, activities, and projects for the classroom. Several quality educational lesson plans are provided on the site with titles such as Effects of the Sun on Our Planet, Build Your Own Spectroscope,...

View Resource U.S. Geological Survey Presents: The Learning Web

The Learning Web, provided by the U.S. Geological Survey, is dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning. It is divided into two sections, Teaching in the Learning Web, and Living in the Learning Web. Teaching at present contains information about three main topics, Global Change, Working with Maps, and Earth Science. Each of these sections offers student activities, along...

View Resource Summer Research Program for Science Teachers: Lesson Plans

This site, from the Columbia University Summer Research Program for Science Teachers, provides lesson plans developed by participants. Lesson plans can be found in the areas of astrophysics, biology, chemistry, earth science, environmental science, general science, and physics. Most of the lesson plans are research-inspired and reference science standards. Currently, there are over 300 lesson...

View Resource Green Application Projects (GreenApps): An Hour Without Power

This interdisciplinary classroom exercise from GreenApps at Red Rocks Community College asks students to consider the effects electricity has on our daily lives, and how we depend upon it. Students go without electricity for three separate hours throughout a week, once in the morning, once in the afternoon, and once in the evening, and write a journal entry on their experiences and observations,...

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