Need: the National Energy Education Project has developed detailed curriculum on a variety of energy sources and created versions for all grade levels

Facing the Future's Climate Change: Connections and Solutions for Grades 6-8 inspires students to think critically about climate change and collaborate to devise solutions.

NOVA Labs: Learn how to predict solar storms in the sun lab, design renewable energy systems in the energy lab; and track major storms in the cloud lab.

Soils, Systems, and Society is a new teaching module that consists of course discussions, map analysis, hands-on soil investigations, concept mapping of Earth systems, and the development of a standards-aligned K-8 Soils, Systems, and Society Kit.

Getting the Picture:Our Changing Climate Innoative online multimedia tool for climate education. Includes unique archives of media, film, and photography.

WWF's Climate Witness Project: Stories of people from across the world who have witnessed climate change.

PBL Projects: Resources include lessons and activities designed by teachers exploring and collaborating with researchers

NASA's Climate Kids: NASA has developed a separate website that focuses of air, water, ocean, energy and climate and includes activities for students, as well as a teacher's section.

BetterLesson: Has partnered with outstanding educators across the country to create over 16,000 rich lessons.

PolarTREC: Contains citizen science websites os students can be a part of research

Steve Spangler Science: Register to receive free accress to library of science experiments

Mass Audubon: Provides programs for schools groups and resources for teachers

Climate Central: Research and reports about the science and impacts of climate change

Zooninverse: Contains citizen science websites os students can be a part of research

Conservation Law Foundation

Earth Labs: A National Model for Earth Science Lab Courses

CLEAN Collection: A searcheable. reviewed collection of classroom ready educational resoruces

GLOBE Teacher's Guide: GLOBE provides five scientific investigation areas, each providing background information, measurement protocols and learning activities.

Biomimicry: This site shows how nature can teach important principles and inspire new technolgies.

Alliance for Climate Education: Resources and lessons for teaching climate change

Dr. Jeff Master's Wunderblog

Skeptical Science: Explaining climate change science & rebutting global warming misinformation

Carbon Footprint Calculator: Students can measure thier carbon footprint by calculating how much greenhouse gas their activities produce.

NOAA's ClimateWatch Magazine: collection of resources pertaining to climate change.

Journal of Emerging Investigators: A scientific journal for middle and high school students

Bob Ackley's blog on natural gas etc.

Science Bob: A site geared toward hands-on science. There are sections for science fair resources, a number of experiments that students can perform at home, and an Ask Science Bob feature. The site also has lesson plans for teachers.

The Challenger Center: Includes lesson plans and an interactive climate modeler approproate for middle school classrooms.

Climate Generation: Free downloads of lcimate curriuclum units for a range of grade levels.

Great Earth Science Website: Has great animations. Is geared to middle school.

Education World: Tons of information ranging from professional development to lesson plans on any subject.

PBS Learning Media is a free digital media service for educational use from public broadcasting and its partners.

IBM Try Science is your gateway to experience the excitement of contemporary science and technology through on and offline interactivity with science and technology centers worldwide.

NASA for Students in grades 5-8 offers a number of games, activities, art and stories.

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization encourages international peace and universal respect by promoting collaboration among nations.

Discovery School: This website offers various resources and activities in math and science, including links to over 700 homework help sites, study tools, games, clipart, a search engine for information about specific topics, and various learning explorations.

NSTA - National Science Teachers Association: Site has extensive collection of information about the teaching of science. Requires a membership except for selected articles and the Grab Bag.

Science "Snacks" from Exploratorium: Miniature science exhibits that teachers can make using common, inexpensive, and easily available materials.

American Association for the Advancement of Science: Resources for teachers, parents, and students.

How Stuff Works: The science sections of How Stuff Works contain information on various topics in earth science, engineering, life science, physical science, space, and military.

Arbor Scientific has a CoolStuff newsletter with lots of activities.

Young Voices on Climate Change is a film series featuring young people who are making a difference! They are shrinking the carbon footprint of their homes, schools, and communities.

Eight Must Have Charts Summarize the Evidence for a "Human Fingerprint" on Recent Climate Change

American Chemical Society: Look for the Educator and Student Tab all the way through the collegiate level.

Carolina Biological also has a site with ideas for classroom activities.

Sea and Sky is your one-stop source for all things related to the oceans, seas, and space exploration; features information, games, images, news, and much, much more.

Building Big - PBS Television Series: Find information on building projects like skyscrapers, domes, and tunnels.

Design Squad Nation: Projects, video, games, and blog based on the PBS series, Design Squad.

Teach Engineering lessons for k-12 engineering classes searching by grade and topic.

West Point Bridge program: This software will introduce you to engineering through an authentic, hands-on design experience. It provides the tools to model, test, and optimize a steel highway bridge, based on realistic specifications, constraints, and performance criteria.

National Science Digital Library is a compendium of teaching resources searchable by grade, topic, and type of resoruce.

eGFI - Dream Up the Future: Presented by ASEE and its partners, eGFI is a resource available for students and teachers to learn about engineering.

Engineer Your Life is a guide to engineering for high school girls.

WatchKnowLearn: videos for kids to learn from - organized by subject.

Science House Foundation: video experiments for science classrooms.

This is Climate Change: a photography project to document and publicize the real impacts of climate change.

Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth and Climate: collection of resources on Teacher's Domain.

Concord Consortium Science modules for Middle School incldue all aspects of science, including energy efficiency and the greenhouse effect.

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