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View Resource Down to Earth Sciences

Experimentation and exploration the way scientists create new knowledge will be adopted as the cornerstone for learning and teaching science in Arizona State University's Down to Earth Science fellow/teacher/student partnership program. The activities are based on a strongly interdisciplinary, multiscalar approach to earth systems science in three important research domains that powerfully...

View Resource Preparing Tomorrow's Science Teachers to Use Technology: Guidelines for Science Educators

Science and technology education have enjoyed a meaningful partnership across most of this century. The work of scientists embraces an array of technologies, and major accomplishments in science are often accompanied by sophisticated applications of technology. As a result, a complete science education has, in principle, involved a commitment to the inclusion of technology, both as a tool for...

View Resource Work in Progress - Eliciting Input for Transforming CSET Education via the NSF Collaborative Large-scale Engineering Analysis Network for Environmental Research (CLEANER)

The Collaborative Large-scale Engineering Analysis Network for Environmental Research (CLEANER) Project Office has been established with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The project office is coordinating the development of a strategic plan to establish a national environmental observatory and engineering analysis network that would encourage a more collaborative approach to...

View Resource National Science Foundation: Current

Current, is a newsletter published monthly by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the scope of each newsletter is to highlight the research and education that is supported by NSF. One of the goals of NSF is "to promote the progress of science and to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare of the nation." Current provides a good view of the breadth of the NSF's funding...

View Resource ChemPod

The journal Nature has started a number of science-themed podcasts, and this particular site features their "Chempod" series. The series got underway in March 2006, and the podcasts are designed specifically for the chemistry community. Currently, the site features over a dozen podcasts, and the topics covered in recent installments include DNA 'circuit boards', protein sensing with gold...

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