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View Resource Design Challenge Lessons Online: Magnet Circus

Explore the properties of magnets by designing a device that can move as far as possible using only magnets to move it, and then design a machine that will stay in motion for the greatest period of...

http://www.thetech.org/education/downloads/dconline/magnetCi...
View Resource Concept of Air Pollution

This activity is meant to provide a real-world application of the math, science, technical, and critical thinking knowledge and skill concepts identified by ATEEC Fellows as necessary preparation for...

http://www.ateec.org/store/catalog/Concept-of-Air-Pollution-...
View Resource GM Education for Grades K-12

Lesson plans, meeting national standards, on topics such as fuel cells, energy, technology, environment, vehicles, and E85 ethanol.

http://education.gm.com/corporate/responsibility/education/a...
View Resource Southeastern Forests and Climate Change

Project Learning Tree and the University of Florida have developed a new secondary module to help educators in the Southeast teach about climate change impacts on forest ecosystems, the role of...

http://sfrc.ufl.edu/extension/ee/climate/
View Resource Planet Protectors Club for Kids

Activities to teach kids in grades K-6 about recycling and waste reduction.

http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/education/kids/planetprotectors/...
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