A collaboration between teachers, museum learning resources and educators, and learning technology & web design specialists to help teachers and parents be more successful in helping their students learn science. Co-designed initially by and for middle school teachers, the Collaboratory has created a new kind of web interface between exemplary museum and web learning resources and the California science content standards, as well as a growing dynamic online learning community. (A collaboration of DesignWorlds for Learning and Rockman, Et Cetera)
Explore our online Challenger Learning Community, discover a host of educational resources, activities, and programs, and capture the magic of space exploration's ability to inspire.
Ready to inspire change in your school community? The grassroots non-profit, Cool the Earth, is looking for you. The organization is now enrolling K-8 schools to run their free climate change program that inspires students and their families to take carbon-saving actions. The program is run by a parent or teacher volunteer, might that be you? Join over 150 schools already making a difference. Go to cooltheearth.org where you can learn more about the program and get started!
Science education programs and resources from the Exploratorium.
Various topics from the Berkeley Educational Lab are featured on this site, such as Hands On Universe, The Particle Adventure, and Particle Physics.
A student-friendly interface for NASA access and visualization of NASA Earth-related data.
NASA's educator resource site.
Climate change monitoring site with up to date information on the state of Earth's climate, links to educator resources, videos, and more.
Lesson plans, unit plans, and other curricula from NASA for educators.
NASA Quest brings NASA people and science to K-12 classrooms via the Internet. Projects include: Space Team Online, Aero Design Team Online, Space Scientists Online, and Women of NASA.
Windows to the Universe is a user-friendly learning system covering the Earth and Space sciences for use by the general public.
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