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The American Meteorological Society promotes the development and dissemination of information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences and the advancement of their professional applications.
With over 20 programs for grades K – 5, AMSE Outreach has something for everyone. These exciting, educational enrichment opportunities can be used to reinforce classroom instruction or to introduce a new topic. Exhibitions, video library, public events, tours; Location: Oak Ridge, TN
The Online Teacher (OT) Professional Development program is designed for middle and high school science teachers. Over the course of one year, participants explore, apply, and reflect on Six Star Science, a research-based framework for supporting excellence in science education (see Resources...
ARRL offers two types of Education and Technology (ETP) grants for teachers who currently use or want to use amateur radio in their classrooms. ETP School Station Grants provide $1,500 worth of equipment to those who plan to use amateur radio as part of an enrichment or in-class project; ETP...
ARMA serves as an advocate for firms and individuals for all aspects of rock mechanics, rock engineering, and geomechanics.
Founded in 1893, the American Society for Engineering Education is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology. It accomplishes this mission by: promoting excellence in instruction, research, public service...
The American Society of Mining and Reclamation (ASMR) has evolved from a small West Virginia advisory council, which began in 1973. The focus is to include a broad spectrum of interests since the technology needed to protect, reestablish, or enhance the surface resources of the land is not...
The AmericaView Educational Resource Portal provides links to K-12 resources.
AmericaView remote sensing scientists have developed a set of K-12 remote sensing lesson plans tp support Earth Observation Day.
The Amgen Award for Science Teaching Excellence (AASTE) is an annual awards program that recognizes extraordinary contributions by educators across the United States and Puerto Rico who are elevating the level of science literacy through creativity in the classroom and motivation of students. An...
Job opportunities, career information, statistics and resources
AMS offers a wide variety of resources, materials, and programs for K-12 educators as well as faculty at undergraduate institutions. AMS can provide course materials, in-classroom resources, educator instruction, and specialized training for educators in weather, water, and climate sciences.
Students will use a chemical reaction to test for the presence of carbonate in calcite and limestone. By dropping a small amount of an acid on these specimens, they will observe bubbles of carbon dioxide forming from the reaction of the acid with carbonate minerals.
This investigation is designed to help participants make connections between the different components of the Earth System (biosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and geosphere) through observing their local outdoor area, categorizing the observations into one or more “spheres”, and drawing links...
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Hurricanes are among the most common and most destructive types of natural hazards on Earth. Because they occur across space and time, hurricanes can be better understood using maps, particularly digital maps within a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) environment. GIS allows you to use maps...
Environmental responsibility is a lesson in many Reading Rainbow episodes. And Still the Turtle Watched is a story about a turtle carved in rock that watched ecological changes in sadness. LeVar takes students watching Reading Rainbow DVDs on a historical journay. In this episode, he takes them...
Jurassic fanatics can simulate their very own dinosaur as the software (Windows, Mac, Linux) and models are freely available to download
This animated guide to earthquakes takes visitor through the workings of the Earth, from mantel and core movements to earthquake movement.
This animated documentary tells the story of polar explorer Alfred Wegener, the unlikely scientist behind continental drift theory.
P, S, and surface wave animation.
The brilliant flash of an exploding star's shockwave -- what astronomers call the "shock breakout" -- is illustrated in this cartoon animation. The animation begins with a view of a red supergiant star that is 500 times bigger and 20,000 times brighter than our sun. When the star's internal...
Seismic wavefield and tomography animations. Includes teachable moments, animations, and ground motion visualizations (GMVs).
Animations for key terms and concepts related to Earthquakes.
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