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Teach Climate Science, by Paleontological Research Institute
Workshops and resources for teachers teaching climate science.
Massachusetts Life Sciences Center | Internship Challenge
Full and part time internships for Massachusetts college and HBCU students in the life sciences industry.
Visitan Autoridades Educativas Instalaciones De Geotérmica
Educators visit the Cerro Prieto geothermal power complex in 2014. Page includes images of visiting teachers in the educational display.
Kidspace Children’s Museum
“Kidspace Children’s Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational and cultural institution committed to serving the needs and interests of children and families. We host nearly 380,000 guests each year on a beautiful, 3.5-acre outdoor campus with more than 40 hands-on exhibits, a live animal collection, and a variety of creative play spaces and water features. We offer a wide array of free and discounted programs, field trips, and digital resources for schools to maximize access for children and educators.”
Science Near Me
Find science talks, fairs, exhibits, volunteering, research, conferences, etc.
Searchable by location.
La Plataforma Solar de Almería
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Gearbox Labs, a nonprofit curriculum organization, offers labs for building circuits in the simulator TinkerCad, which is nice because it's graphic and it includes Arduino and sensors.
Gearbox offers its programs in USA and Mexico.
AK EnergySmart is a free curriculum resource designed to give Alaskan youth an understanding of the high economic and environmental costs of power generation and the importance of conserving energy at home and school. They publish teacher training and lesson plans.
Change is Simple
Change is Simple is a curriculum for elementary and middle school students in the Boston area. Students are offered a workshop with experiments, games, and hypothesizing.
Change is Simple is a nonprofit educational corporation.
NASA: Climate Kids
Climate Kids is produced by the Earth Science Communications Team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory / California Institute of Technology.
It teaches what weather and climate are, what big questions scientists ask about climate and climate change, and explores the fields where scientists study such issues, from atmosphere, water, people's energy use and production, and other living things on Earth.
The Climate Optimist: It's real, it's now, we have solutions. A newsletter.
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, C-CHANGE Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment, offers this monthly news on ways we are dealing with climate change, either mitigating or avoiding dangers due to climate change.
JouleBug is an app for organizations that tracks and rewards participants for learning and practicing sustainable habits.
Cool Choices offers businesses, schools, and other organizations games to educate and track efforts by individual participants to increase their sustainable habits. Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin is a partner.
Hands-on Activity: Cooking with the Sun: Comparing Yummy Solar Cooker Designs
Students learn about using renewable energy from the sun for heating and cooking as they build and compare the performance of four solar cooker designs. They explore the concepts of insulation, reflection, absorption, conduction and convection. Then, as time permits, they make and eat quick-cooking food like marshmallow and chocolate s'mores.
Materials in TeachEngineering are organized in a topical hierarchy. You can find many other materials for learning about energy there, with explicit relationships to the Next Generation Science Standards.
Denver Federal Center Solar Park
This park in Denver, CO produces 1.6 million kWh of energy each year.
The public is welcome to come to the DFC at your convenience and experience a self-guided solar park tour with on site interpretive signs. That park is located off of North Avenue and Third Street, visible to those driving along 6th Avenue. The DFC is open to the public during the hours of 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Watt Watchers of Texas
Watt Watchers of Texas is a free, state sponsored program to help schools save energy and money by getting students involved. Students patrol their school looking for empty classrooms with the lights on. They turn out the lights and leave a ticket for the teacher.
Bonneville Power Authority's Education Page
Internal and external curriculum guides for energy-education.
American Public Power Association
The American Public Power Association is the voice of not-for-profit, community-owned utilities that power 2,000 towns and cities nationwide.
Good place to get their view on legislation. News about programs for efficiency and pollution offsets. Maybe even find a job with a utility.
Offers continuing education credits.