Dating for educators and scientists
Included are learning activities, videos, visualizations, and tips for teaching. NASA Wavelength: A digital collection of reviewed resources for Earth and space science educators. It includes educational activities, a library of presentations that can be downloaded, and access to climate data and services. NASA's Global Climate Change Website: High-quality information about climate science from America’s space agency.
Searches can be filtered by topic, grade level, and strategy. Winner of the 2011 Webby Award for Best Science Site, it includes engaging interactive activities and a series of quizzes on a variety of climate-related topics.
Each short film serves as a launching point for many classroom-ready materials developed in collaborations between scientists and educators.
Evolution: Education & Outreach: This open-access journal promotes accurate understanding and comprehensive teaching of evolutionary theory for a wide audience.
A site for teachers by other teachers with lots of classroom-tested exercises available free of charge. UC Berkeley’s Understanding Evolution Resource Library: A “one stop shop” for teaching and understanding evolution, including an Evolution 101 link for students and teaching resources for kindergarten through undergraduate educators.NOVA’s Evolution Lab: A phylogeny puzzle game and an interactive tree of life that helps students explore the relationships between species and the history of life on Earth.Start with a Fish Tank Rethinking Climate Change Education In the Classroom: Climate Change Chemistry Teaching Climate Science: It’s Elementary In the Classroom: Elementary Lesson on Sea Level Rise Walking and Talking Evolution Need Help Teaching Natural Selection? A Fishy and Fun Tale from Scientist in the Classroom Even the Classics Can Surprise You A New Book to Introduce Evolution to Preschoolers: by Lee Meadows Climate Change 101: A brief overview of climate change science.
Teaching Climate Change: Best Practices: A collection of resources with basic information on climate literacy and tools for overcoming misconceptions in the classroom.The Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN): A catalog of existing online resources that have been reviewed for scientific accuracy and pedagogical potential.