Discussion in 'General Education' started by Parker House, Jun 19, 2020.
Jun 19, 2020
any suggestions for good environmental education sites?
I would suggest NASA, NSTA, EPA, NEA, TED ED, or TED Talks, Nature, NABT, Teacher.org
These will get you started. When you have some time, browse the Free Resources and Links thread. I would suggest start looking somewhere after the first 15 pages. I am a science teacher, and I keep the thread going. You will find a lot of things that merge biology and environmental science, as well as some of the wonderful NASA links. You are only limited by your imagination. En. Science is one of my favorites, and it allows you to incorporate human interaction with the planet, the factors of evolution due to environmental change, and how we are monitoring change from space. Hope you love it - I certainly do.
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