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View Resource Resources for Rethinking: Exemplary Classroom Resources Reviewed by Teachers for Teachers

EcoLeague at the secondary level includes teacher resources which allow you to guide your students through the steps of a curriculum-driven action project that looks at a sustainability issue. The...

http://resources4rethinking.ca/en/ecoleague/secondary
View Resource From the Ground Up: The Science of Soil

Make science relevant for your students with a topic that affects them every day - soil. These free interactive lesson plans, videos, and classroom tools promote a deeper understanding of core...

http://www.thescienceofsoil.com/teacher-resources
View Resource Ecoregion: Western Forests and Mountains Case Study

The forests and mountains of western North America stretch east from the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Ranges to the great Rocky Mountains and are among the most magnificent natural wonders in the world....

http://downloads.globalchange.gov/toolkit/eco-regions/Wester...
View Resource MITvideo: Environment Channel

Videos focused on the air we breath, the water we drink and beyond. From emissions research to water chemistry, many research units at MIT have a focus on the Earth and its environment. The MIT Video...

http://video.mit.edu/channel/environment/
View Resource California Education and the Environment Initiative

The Education and the Environment Initiative (EEI) is a free, state-sponsored k-12 curriculum that teaches science and history-social science standards through an environmental lens.

http://www.californiaeei.org
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