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View Resource AZURE: AZ Utilities Renewable Energy Education for Students

AZURE is an education-outreach partnership between the Arizona Department of Commerce Energy Office and Arizona?s electric utility companies, designed to educate Arizonans about Renewable Energy r...
View Resource Science Focus: Dead Zones

This is not the title of a sequel to a Stephen King novel. "Dead zones" in this context are areas where the bottom water (the water at the sea floor) is anoxic ? meaning that it has very low (or c...
View Resource Resources for K-12 Teachers and Students

Explore the amazing world of microbes using our WebQuest guided discovery exercises. For teachers, discover a wealth of related resources, teaching strategies, and activities that have been developed...
View Resource Rain Machine (Solar Still)

Working in groups, students build simple solar stills filled with salt water and observe what happens when the stills are placed in the sun. The students then taste the water they have collected and...
View Resource Solar Cell Simulation

Students model the flow of energy from the sun as it enters a photovoltaic cell, moves along a wire and powers a load. The game-like atmosphere involves the younger students and helps them understand...
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