HIES E.S. course lecture notes

From ERIC Clearinghouse

From World Lecture Hall

Part of the (Genentech, Inc) Access Excellence Collection of classroom science activities from teachers across the country. You will need to sort through for the environment, but you will find applicable activities.
   
A three part format including (1) lesson plans written by Texas teachers,
info and related activities, and data files to use in the activities. Currently covers acid rain, air terms, CO, lead, ozone and particulate matter. By the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC)

Includes student activities related to conservation.
   
Part of a curriculum plan for junior high students investigating environmental issues relevant to the Great Lakes region. Deals with birds as an indicator species related to endangered species and environmental pollutants. Includes teacher prep and background info, student activities, and assessment.
 
From The Woodrow Wilson National Leadership Program Activities Collection. Many and varied classroom activities developed by teachers
on ecology, recycling, and other topics .
   
Inspect scientific visualizations of the earth's climate according to the parameters you select. From the CoVis Project.
 
Presents a variety of environmentally oriented Internet projects, including monitoring of acid rain, bats, birds, coyotes, insects, ozone, plants, and
even road kill.
  
A number of units developed as a project of the National Science Teachers Association. Each Micro-Unit includes a descriptor, ability to examine
on-line, print and/or download the Micro-Units, plus offers technique
sheets applicable to each Unit. Based on Content Standards. Look at the Micro-Units via the National Science Education Standards Categories or the Subject Areas:
   
       
A middle school internet-formatted curriculum plan in which students
explore the environmental impact issues involved in building a shopping
mall on wetlands.
   





Environmental Education collection of links by the North American Association
for Environmental Education (NAAEE). Includes: Resources for EE Professionals, EE Grant Resources, Classroom Resources, EE Job Resources, EE Student Resources, EE Organization & Project Links, Environmental Information & Data sorted by topic area, and a national calendar of EE events.

K-12 Environmental Resources on the Internet for Teachers

Environmental science links by topic and grade level. All links are annotated.

Small collection of links from ERIC Clearinghouse

Excellent collection from Bureau of Land Management.

Some links from Mahaffey Middle School.

Excellent collection of links on Ecology by topic.

Excellent collection of links on Environmental Issues by topic

The eNature Online Field Guide is a searchable database for identifying more than 4,000 plant and animal species of North America. Additional species and other nature content is constantly added to the database.The species accounts are from
the best-selling National Audubon Society Field Guides, Regional Guides, and Nature Guides, published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.


GENERAL RESOURCES
Environmental Education collection of links by the North American Association
for Environmental Education (NAAEE). Includes: Resources for EE Professionals, EE Grant Resources, Classroom Resources, EE Job Resources, EE Student Resources, EE Organization & Project Links, Environmental Information & Data sorted by topic area, and a national calendar of EE events.

K-12 Environmental Resources on the Internet for Teachers

Environmental science links by topic and grade level. All links are annotated.

Small collection of links from ERIC Clearinghouse

Excellent collection from Bureau of Land Management.

Some links from Mahaffey Middle School.

Excellent collection of links on Ecology by topic.

Excellent collection of links on Environmental Issues by topic

The eNature Online Field Guide is a searchable database for identifying more than 4,000 plant and animal species of North America. Additional species and other nature content is constantly added to the database.The species accounts are from
the best-selling National Audubon Society Field Guides, Regional Guides, and Nature Guides, published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.


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HIES E.S. course lecture notes

From ERIC Clearinghouse

From World Lecture Hall

Part of the (Genentech, Inc) Access Excellence Collection of classroom science activities from teachers across the country. You will need to sort through for the environment, but you will find applicable activities.
   
A three part format including (1) lesson plans written by Texas teachers,
info and related activities, and data files to use in the activities. Currently covers acid rain, air terms, CO, lead, ozone and particulate matter. By the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC)

Includes student activities related to conservation.
   
Part of a curriculum plan for junior high students investigating environmental issues relevant to the Great Lakes region. Deals with birds as an indicator species related to endangered species and environmental pollutants. Includes teacher prep and background info, student activities, and assessment.
 
From The Woodrow Wilson National Leadership Program Activities Collection. Many and varied classroom activities developed by teachers
on ecology, recycling, and other topics .
   
Inspect scientific visualizations of the earth's climate according to the parameters you select. From the CoVis Project.
 
Presents a variety of environmentally oriented Internet projects, including monitoring of acid rain, bats, birds, coyotes, insects, ozone, plants, and
even road kill.
  
A number of units developed as a project of the National Science Teachers Association. Each Micro-Unit includes a descriptor, ability to examine
on-line, print and/or download the Micro-Units, plus offers technique
sheets applicable to each Unit. Based on Content Standards. Look at the Micro-Units via the National Science Education Standards Categories or the Subject Areas:
   
       
A middle school internet-formatted curriculum plan in which students
explore the environmental impact issues involved in building a shopping
mall on wetlands.
   





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