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, full of classroom activities on different topics in Earth and space science, ranging from seismology
, rocks and minerals
, and Earth system science
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Welcome to the online resources for the 2006 educators workshop, Can a Good Climate Go Bad? Past, Present, and Future Climate. This workshop, presented at the University of Texas by Teri Eastburn of UCAR...more
Will you be at the NSTA Regional Conferences in either Detroit (18-20 October) or Denver (8-10 November)? If so, we invite you to participate in one or more of the Windows to the Universe sessions listed...more
Many educators are now finding opportunities to teach about Earth's climate and climate change in their classrooms. Windows to the Universe provides an interlinked learning ecosystem to a wealth of resources...more
Looking for online content that can be used for a climate change education course or module? Pages linked below can be used to support an introductory climate change education for either a unit or a full...more
Windows to the Universe offered numerous workshops at the upcoming NSTA meeting in Chicago, Illinois. Workshops included: November 10 "Climate Change: Classroom Tools" - Explore the scientific foundations...more
Windows to the Universe will offer numerous workshops at the upcoming NSTA meeting in Anaheim, California. Workshops include: April 6 "Bring Writing and Reading into Your Earth Science Classroom: Innovative...more
Welcome to the online resources for our ever-popular NSTA workshop! This web portal is intended to provide the web links and additional information to those who attended our workshop at a recent NSTA...more