EE Newsletter Program for 2nd-8th grade students providing 18 lessons on climate change including (but not limited to) the modern-day climate movement and past colonization, displacement due to natural disasters, greenhouse gases, educating females, and aquaponics.
The White-Nose Syndrome (WNS) video game is designed to help educate younger audiences about the disease by challenging players to increase bat populations, spend less money on insect control, and use fewer pesticides.
This online lesson plan, developed by the Orangutan Gang, allows teachers to mix and match four activities including fillable virtual worksheets, video discussions, and online research. Students of all educational levels can learn about orangutans and palm oil and design their own conservation projects through a virtual online classroom space.
Renewable Radio is brought to you by Renewable Energy Alaska Project, a nonprofit working in Alaska dedicated to increasing the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.
This podcast will take a close look at a variety of energy related issues that are pertinent to Alaska's energy future.
A new hands-on environmental STEM enrichment curriculum using the documentary Point of No Return – the gripping story of the first solar powered flight around the world – as a dynamic jumping off point to inspire students to innovate and collaborate towards sustainable solutions. Available for distance learning and classroom use for grades 3-12. Educators at Title 1 schools serving low income students can apply to receive the program for their school at no cost.
Education resources are distributed across many websites and program offices at NOAA and partner websites. This portal is designed to help educators access these resources from one location. Materials selected for this site are organized by themes, collections, and content types that are aligned with common teaching topics and expressed needs of educators. Linked resources are organized into collections that provide the user with a toolkit of materials and activities suitable for integration into a variety of educational settings. With the exception of Elementary science, collections are not grade specific, but resources are labeled where applicable. Additional NOAA resources that support educator professional development, academic scholarship, career exploration, and education grants are also available. All materials linked from this site are free for use and distribution unless expressly noted.
With NOAA’s Data in the Classroom, students use real-time data to explore important environmental issues (El Niño, sea level rise, coral bleaching, water quality, and ocean acidification), and develop problem-solving skills employed by scientists. Access online and classroom-ready curriculum activities with a scaled approach to learning and easy-to-use data tools. Teaching resources for each issue area include a Teacher’s Guide, Supplemental Power Point, Student Activity Sheets, and Science Standards Correlations.
Originally a video series for museums and other institutions, Ocean Today has grown and become very useful for educators. Ocean Today’s series for students and educators, called Ocean Today Every Full Moon, delivers a new collection of short videos about a single topic, every month on the full moon.