From the National Association of Geoscience Teachers Eastern Shore Newsletter: Fancy a trip to Ireland? The Department of Geology and Department of Biology at James Madison University have teamed up to offer a 2-week study abroad program this summer in western Ireland. This program features biology and geology courses, uniquely suited to preservice and in-service teachers of science K–12, as well as anyone else interested in communicating environmental science to a broad audience.
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The World Campus Sustainability Club is seeking new members! This club serves to connect Penn State World Campus students with other Penn State students and staff interested in advancing sustainability, sharing knowledge and resources, and inspiring individuals to take action (in their communities and globally) toward a sustainable future for all. A meeting for new members will be held on Thursday, November 30, at 7:30 p.m. (ET) through Zoom. To RSVP and receive meeting info, email email@example.com.
The National Science Teacher Association provides a database with an array of free resources for you and your classroom. Find these free resources on NSTA's Freebies for Science Teachers website.
Recently added freebies:
Do you like to take pictures? Sally Ride EarthKAM allows anyone to become a photographer from space. Students, educators and the public can create an account, then program a camera placed in a window of the International Space Station to take an aerial photo of their desired location. Visit https://www.earthkam.org/ for information on upcoming missions
How do temperature, climate, and terrain affect biodiversity? Explore these connections with HHMI's BiomeViewer (http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/biomeviewer), now available for web. Not only does BiomeViewer connect environment and biodiversity, but it also incorporates information from the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
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What Science Teachers Are Reading, October 2017