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EPA: Teacher Resources

EPA: Teacher Resources

Not Free | 3D Human Anatomy | Products Brain & Nervous System Respiratory System Reproductive & Urinary Digestive System Air Pollution: What's the Solution? Welcome to Air Pollution: What's the Solution? an educational project for students, grades 6 - 12, that uses online real time data to guide student discovery of the science behind the causes and effects of outdoor air pollution. Through this project, students will focus on outdoor air pollution; what it is, what factors contribute to its formation and the health effects from breathing polluted air. Students will use data and animated maps from the Internet and monitor for the presence of air pollution. Students are challenged to think critically and creatively about the problems surrounding air pollution. By the end of this project, students will be able to: Describe what air pollutants are, when and how outdoor air pollution is formed, and what the health effects are from breathing polluted air. Please refer to the Activity Map as a guide to all of the lessons within the curriculum.

National Science Teachers Assocation Guidelines for Classroom Safety This four-page document should be given to students at the beginning of the school year to help them understand their role in ensuring a safe and productive science experience. Download Safety in the Science Classroom A Year of Inquiry All issues of Science and Children include inquiry, but we took it a step further with this volume—an entire year devoted to inquiry! Take me there Reward Yourself! You could win a trip to the NSTA National Conference on Science Education. Take me there Early Years Blog The Early Years Blog offers resources and conversation on PreK to 2 science. Take me there Award-winning Lesson Plans The Sylvia Shugrue Award for Elementary School Teachers honors one elementary school teacher who creates and makes use of interdisciplinary, inquiry-based lesson plans. Take me there Need Help Selecting Resources? NSTA Recommends® Take me there Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K–12 Take me there

Eskeletons Carbon Connections Underwater Animals Deep-Sea Vents: Living Worlds Without Sun John F. Waters, Cobblehill Books, 1994. Our Oceans: Experiments and Activities in Marine Science Paul Fleisher, Millbrook Press, 1995. Safari Beneath the Sea: The Wonder World of the North Pacific Coast Diane Swanson, Sierra Club Books for Children, 1994. Killer Whale Caroline Arnold, Morrow Junior Books, 1994. Orca Song Michael C. Free Willy! All About Whales Deborah Kovacs, Third Story Books, 1994. Baby Whales Drink Milk Barbara Juster Esbensen, HarperCollins Childrens Books, 1994. The Birth of Humpback Whale Robert Matero, Simon & Schuster, 1996. Calls of the Wild Michelle Alten, Animals, November 1994. Whale Chatter: Making Sense of Marine Mammals' Clicks and Calls Tina Adler, Science News, May 25, 1996. Sharks: Voracious Hunters of the Sea Isidro Sanchez, Gareth Stevens Publishers, 1996. Shark Facts Lynn M. Sharks Erik D. The Shark Callers Eric Campbell, Harcourt Brace & Co., 1994.

Medical Animation Library ©Copyright 2009 A.D.A.M., Inc. Any duplication or distribution of the information contained herein is strictly prohibited. The information provided herein should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions. Call 911 for all medical emergencies. Links to other sites are provided for information only -- they do not constitute endorsements of those other sites. N-P-K Bracelet | Nutrients for Life Foundation This fun bracelet activity is a great way to introduce the three essential plant nutrients: Nitrogen (N), Phosphate (P) and Potassium (K). As students put the various beads together on the bracelet, they will have a better understanding of what plants need to grow. Also, use Nutrients for Life’s free elementary activity book, Fun with the Plant Nutrient Team, to enrich the lesson. If using the booklet, build the bracelet as students work their way through the book. Interestingly, plants do not technically need soil to grow (as seen with air plants and hydroponic setups), but do simply need the essential plant nutrients (N-P-K). Grade Levels: 2 to 6 Length: 10 minutes; 25 minutes when used with Fun with the Plant Nutrient Team activity book. Group size: This activity works well in both small group and in large settings. Objective: Students will be able to recall what conditions plants needs to grow, such as plant macronutrients (in the soil), sunlight, water, and air.

BioDigital Human: A better way to understand your health Bring to life your latest products by presenting pharma or med devices within the context of a virtual body. Engaging marketing materials: Equip your sales and marketing teams with stunning visuals to spread the word about your latest products. Portable and cost-effective visuals: Access information on-the-go through our Cloud-based platform, which enables you to pull up information through a browser or mobile device without traditional software development and maintenance headaches. Read more » Visualize the value of your products within the human body.

Looting the Earth : School Resources : Reframing Rio : tve The lessons below are designed to introduce young people to the concepts of resource depletion and sustainable development. The world is currently using its natural resources at such a rate that they cannot replenish themselves and they will become exhausted. Forests will not grow back, fish will no longer exist and mines will be dug bare. Why do we do this and, more importantly, what can we do about it? Find out by completing the five lessons in 'Looting the Earth'. Click to download the entire 'Looting the Earth' pack (all resources in .pdf format)

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