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Digital Library for Earth System...
As the crucial element of the National Science Digital Library that provides information on the area of geoscience, the Digital Library for Earth Science Education (DLESE) provides access to "quality teaching and learning resources about the Earth as a system for a wide range of learners." With an impressive array of materials, it's hard to know where to start, but first-time visitors may wish to look over the most recent edition of their in-house newsletter, which profiles some of the materials that have been added to the site. Of course, there is also a general search engine that allows users to search all of the materials by grade level, resource type, standards, and thematic collection....
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Whales: Free Lesson Plans
This lesson plan from Discovery Education explores the underwater world of whales. Designed for grades six through eight, the plan is divided into sections,...
Fogarty International Center:...
Assembled by the Fogerty International Center at the National Institutes of Health, this page of resources designed for teachers of bioethics can be useful to...
NSTA: Freebies for Science Teachers
With new resources being added almost daily, this page from the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) is worth bookmarking for science educators of all...
Nano: For K-12 Teachers
As this informative page from the United States National Nanotechnology Initiative notes, there is an ongoing debate in STEM circles about how to teach...
Teach Engineering: Algebra
Funded by the National Science Foundation and collaboratively curated by the University of Colorado, Oregon State University, Duke University, Colorado School...

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Radar screen showing land outlines and blips.
A slide used for specimens.
Tornadoes release a boat load of energy, a tornado with wind speeds of 200 mph releases kinetic energy at the rate of 1 billion watts -- equal to the electric output of a pair of large nuclear reactors.

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