This lesson focuses on flooding, both because of its importance to human history, and because it is often misunderstood.
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In this lesson, students will make inferences about the cause of shadows by observing and making their own shadows in the sun.
GLOBE Observer app invites you to make environmental observations that complement NASA satellite observations to help scientists studying Earth and the global environment.
Exploring Caves is an interdisciplinary set of materials on caves.
This is a supplemental teaching resource for exploring the concepts of gravity, black holes, and related topics.
This case study teaches you about the risk factors and symptoms of a heart attack and the physiological changes that happen once artery blockage occurs.
This site is a tutorial designed to show K-12 teachers how to use PowerPoint in the classroom and includes a tutorial for showing students some basic features.
These lesson help students explore the relationship between education and income.
From EconEdLink, this resource is actually a lesson in which students, using poverty rate as a measure of development, compare how resources are allocated to three economic sectors: agriculture, industry, and service.
This tool explores Stars beneath Your Bed, a AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books winner.
Learn about The Prairie Builders, which tells the remarkable story of an effort to bring back part of the native tallgrass prairie in Iowa.
This resource provides information about Invisible Allies, by Jeanette Farrell, which shares with readers the important impact microbes have on our everyday life.
The goal of this tool is to provide a set of web-based, standards-compliant resources for students and teachers of probability and statistics.