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- The UK Lectures at St. Andrews, Warwick, Cambridge and Queen Mary were a success! Thanks to everyone who came out, it was great to meet you! More info here! New shirt! Order it here Need a last minute gift? Click Here! THESIS FUEL MUG BACK IN STOCK! Now shipping! 2014 PHD Calendar - is here! The Best of PHD - I'm happy to announce that we'll be publishing a run of the "Best PHD Comics" on Tapastic!
The feed will be curated by me (Jorge), and will feature behind-the-scene commentary on why each comic is special to me. Tapastic is a pretty cool platform for webcomics. PHD Lectures - I'll be speaking at Penn State and Washington College this Tuesday and Wednesday (9/17, 9/18)! GOOGLE+ - Hey, PHD Comics is now on Google+! Need a Graduation Gift? Science. The Lab of Mister Q - Homeschool Science and other Education Resources. Reeko's Mad Scientist Science Experiments and Science Projects. Goggles on? Check! Here you will find Reeko’s best science experiments, science projects, science fair lessons, and more of those crazy science tips from our resident mad scientist, Reeko.
On the science experiments page, you’ll be able to add the required supplies to your personal My Locker supplies list, see other science experiments that use those same supplies, view advanced parent and teacher science notes, rate and discuss the science experiment with other little scientists, and much more. And don't forget - you're in the Top Secret Section F of Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab so please understand that all knowledge gained from conducting these science experiments must be kept strictly confidential... You may organize science experiments by name, category, popularity, level of difficulty. (Easy) viewWe all know that when that little light bulb appears above Dad's head when he thinks he's finally figured out how to fix the latest broken household appliance - it's time to flee the house.
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Scientists report their research in journals, which enable scientists to share information with one another. This journal, The Natural Inquirer, was created so that scientists can share their research with middle school students. Each article tells you about scientific research conducted by scientists in the USDA Forest Service. Find out more about the USDA Forest Service. All of the research in this journal is concerned with nature, trees, wildlife, insects, outdoor activities and water. At the end of each section of Natural Inquirer articles, students will find a few questions to help think about the research. Webinar Series for Educators : Cornell Lab of Ornithology: BirdSleuth K-12. Looking for background information and new activities and lessons that will help you meet the new Next Generation Science Standards?
Here’s a fun and educational opportunity! This 5-part series is designed to help educators develop content knowledge and discover activities that will bring the NGSS standards alive for their K-12 students. Each one-hour live webinar incorporates graphics, multimedia resources, audience feedback, and Q&A time. You can attend one webinar to gain insight into one life science topic of interest… or attend the series for a true professional development opportunity! Webinar 1 - Birds in Your Ecosystem Birds are diverse, but they all have some things in common. Webinar 2: Bird Communication: Songs and Calls Birds vocalize to keep in touch, attract mates, defend territories and communicate with their families. Webinar 3: Migration: Birds on the Move Some birds stay in same area year-round, while others migrate each spring and fall. Excited to attend? Online science. Games Check out our free online games including the ever-popular Launchball and brand new Ouch.
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Stemming from this statute and other program-specific education mandates, the NOAA education community works collaboratively to advance the priorities outlined in NOAA's Education Strategic Plan and meet NOAA's Education Mission: "To advance environmental literacy and promote a diverse workforce in ocean, coastal, Great Lakes, weather, and climate sciences, encouraging stewardship and increasing informed decision making for the nation.
" This strategic direction is leveraged by the many cross-cutting education programs and initiatives (highlighted below) across NOAA. NOAA Education Council The NOAA Education Council consists of seniorstaff members from NOAA's line and staff offices. NOAA Education Strategic Plan In cooperation with the broad community of education programs across NOAA, the agency established the 2009-2029 Education Strategic Plan. Chemistry Education Resources for Teachers and Faculty.