Resources

This page is where you can find links to organizations and opportunities that come through the MSTA.  They'll be listed chronologically for now, but stay tuned for updates and reorganization.

This NSF-funded collection of 500 vetted, digital materials on climate and energy concepts includes:  learning activities visualizations & animations videos  These materials are suitable for biology, chemistry, Earth science, env. science, physics, math, and engineering courses.   Only those materials accepted by our review panels of scientists and educators are posted.   Search the resources by topic, resource type, or grade level Learn about how to teach climate and energy concepts and literacy principles   Bookmark this link!   cleanet.org

This NSF-funded collection of 500 vetted, digital materials on climate and energy concepts includes: 

  • learning activities
  • visualizations & animations
  • videos 

These materials are suitable for biology, chemistry, Earth science, env. science, physics, math, and engineering courses.  

Only those materials accepted by our review panels of scientists and educators are posted.  

Bookmark this link!   cleanet.org



National Science Foundation Resource

The NSF Learning360 Facebook page, which will be moderated (guarded!) by a teacher to ensure only good, useful stuff gets posted, will highlight one item a day—usually a short video—for you to check out. It’ll include links for how to find more videos like this.  Please “like” it, and watch and read the posts!

http://www.facebook.com/NSF.Learning360

(Not a Facebook user? No worries! There’s an option to receive updates via email: go to http://feedburner.google.com/fb/a/mailverify?uri=NSFLearning360.)


Maine Environmental Educators Association Link

http://www.meeaassociation.org


The Personal Genetics Education Project

Based in Brunswick and a genetics laboratory at Harvard Medical School, The project's mission is to engage and educate students on the ethical, legal and social issues that are rapidly emerging as learning about our DNA becomes a widespread and inexpensive possibility.   The project develops and distributes high-quality, free teaching resources for high school and college teachers, and also conducts outreach events at schools and for the general public. 





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