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View Resource Misconceptions at the Middle

This free, standards-based, online publication, developed for middle school science teachers, explores misconceptions held by middle school students. Even though targeting student misconceptions is...

http://wiki.nsdl.org/index.php/MSP:MiddleSchoolPortal/Miscon...
View Resource Blue Thumb: Planting for Clean Water

Explanation of the Blue Thumb program in Minnesota. Links to a list of program partners, Cousteau?s ?Blue Legacy Tour? by National Geographic, and resources on yard and shoreline planting, lands...

http://bluethumb.org/
View Resource Why Plant for Clean Water?

Description of problems with storm water runoff and garden/yard solutions for the Northern Midwest area. Addresses solutions such as shoreline stabilization, rain gardens, native plants, etc. Links...

http://bluethumb.org/why/
View Resource Classroom Curriculum

Curriculum materials for Eco Education, Project WET, professional development, teaching, and geological water science.

http://www.cleanwatermn.org/Resources/Classroom-Curriculum.a...
View Resource Clean Water: Teacher Resources

Video and resources for classroom instruction for attitudes that lead to actions to protect water quality.

http://www.cleanwatermn.org/about-you/Teacher-Resources.aspx
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