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View Resource Student Resources on Passive Solar Heating

Features basic information about the energy from the sun's heat, as well as how to build your own solar oven. Grades 7-12

http://www.nrel.gov/learning/sr_passive_solar.html
View Resource Planet Connect

Planet Connect, a component of Classroom Earth, is an online social network where high school students can learn about current environmental issues, funding opportunities, green colleges and...

http://www.planet-connect.org/
View Resource Design Challenge Lessons Online: Building for the Big One

Using this activity, students will learn about the effects of earthquakes and how various soil types react during an earthquake. This lesson gives students first-hand experience in making design...

http://www.thetech.org/education/downloads/dconline/Building...
View Resource Schoolyard Habitats

Today's children are the first generation to grow up plugged into electronic media and isolated from nature. In fact, it has become the new norm in our lives and the lives of our kids. As a...

http://www.nwf.org/schoolyard/
View Resource Design Challenge Lessons Online: Physics of Roller Coasters

Full-length lab curriculum was developed to teach Kinetic and Potential energies, Newton's Laws of Motion, velocity, friction and acceleration.

http://www.thetech.org/education/downloads/dconline/physicsR...
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