Here are some links to great STEM resources for teachers and students, for in and out of class!
Workshop runs from 8:30-5:00 on Jan. 12 and 13th in Tohono Chul, Tucson, AZ.
Cost: $115 per person...
Devra Davis, author of When Smoke Ran Like Water, has given me permission to post the first chapter ...
The National Institutes of Health provide free K-12 resources, lesson plans, and projects for science educators. These include many topics related to environmental education and science including biology and environmental health science/chemistry. They also have some Spanish-language resources.
This comprehensive guide offers resources and observations on sustainability and sustainable packaging. It includes everything from design of packaging to recycling to climate change resources.
Calling all educators!! Need a dose of aquatic themed inspiration? In search of new cool, hands-on tools for your classroom, nature center or museum? Want to hear exciting keynote presentations from National Geographic’s education team or CNN’s 2013 Hero of the year? Mark your calendars for Friday and Saturday, November 14th-15th, 2014, and plan to be a part of the Mississippi River Watershed Education Symposium!
The power of camping for teaching the importance of environment.
Back by popular demand, the World of 7 Billion student video contest can help you bring technology and creativity into your high school science and environmental education classes.
The Environmental Education Advisory Council (EEAC NYC) is the only nonprofit organization with the sole purpose of promoting and supporting outstanding environmental education in New York City schools and other centers for learning.
Come celebrate the past 40 years of EEAC and contribute to the vision of the next 40 years of outstanding environmental education in New York City.
This is a call for your contributions to a peer-reviewed, edited volume entitled...