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If you are looking for a great way to use free NASA resources in the classroom, EarthKAM is one of our favorites. We featured an EarthKAM image in last month's newsletter. Have your students remotely control a camera on the ISS. You select the orbital locations on Earth, and the space station takes the pictures. Sign up here and be sure to check out the
With the majority of states now implementing three-dimensional science standards, NSTA has released a position statement supporting the transition in K–12 science teaching and learning based on recommendations in the Framework for K–12 Science Education.
AGU is teaming up with the Geological Society of America (GSA) to host a booth at the USA Science & Engineering Festival to be held at the Washington, D. C., Convention Center from 6 to 8 April. This biannual event brings science activities to hundreds of thousands of members of the public. Visitors to the AGU/GSA booth in the Earth Science Pavilion will have a chance to identify rocks and explore their genealogy within the rock cycle via several age-appropriate activities.