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Click below to link to a variety of resources, including researchers' data, maps, photos, simulations and models.
The new Oregon 2014 Science Standards take science inquiry and
engineering design a step further by articulating scientific and engineering
practices and integrating them into performance expectations.
The National Youth Science Camp is an intense residential science education program for young scientists the summer after they graduate from high school.
The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) publishes practice guides in education to bring the best available evidence and expertise to bear on the types of challenges that cannot currently be addressed by single interventions or programs. IES practice guides consist of a list of discrete recommendations for educators that are intended to be actionable. These recommendations taken together are intended to be a coherent approach to a multifaceted problem. Each recommendation is explicitly connected to the level of evidence supporting it (e.g., strong, moderate, low). IES practice guides are written by panels of nationally recognized experts and are subjected to rigorous external peer review.
Nanoworld Electron Microscope Images (not suitable for slow Internet connection).
A source for Information, links and images about the "Northern Lights".
Calculate Moon Phases, Sunrises, Sunsets!
See areas of current light/darkness, and more!
Satellite Images of Environmental Change (U.S. Geological Survey).
An International Environmental Science and Education Partnership.
Hubble Space Telescope Public Pictures.
Investigate recent activity!
Incredible pictures and detailed information on all the planets and moons in our solar system!
Somewhat advanced, but many beautiful maps and other data visualizations.
Lots of ocean maps, data sets, phytoplankton concentrations.
Real-time data from moored ocean buoys for improved detection, understanding and prediction of El Niño and La Niña.
Access to over 800 weather cameras across North America.
Easy access to over two dozen surface, upper air, temperature, and computer model maps from around North America.
The Official USGS Home Page.
Site highlights science activities and information related to ancient and modern Maya culture.
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