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Learning and Teaching about the Environment: Lesson Plans, Teacher Guides and Online Resources for Educators

Part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's education resources, this list of "Lesson Plans, Teacher Guides and Online Resources for Educators" contains links to environmental based lesson plans, activities and ideas from the EPA, as well as other federal agencies and external organizations. Links are separated by subject, into Air, Climate Change, Ecosystems, Energy, Health, Waste, and...
National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce

The National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce is an organization that seeks to connect prospective students and employees with the industry and industry standards. To that end, this website provides educational guidelines and tips, information on positions available, appropriate web links, and relevant news articles. Students can peruse listings of positions and consider what education they...
Jet Propulsion Laboratory Free Video Resources

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory offers a variety of videos about the earth, solar system, stars and galaxies, and technology. Video titles include A Tresure Trove of Planets Found, Enceladus: Mystery of the Icy Moon, Spacecraft Power, Crazy Engineering: Flying Solar to Jupiter, and many more. Videos are available for streaming or downloading.

The ASEE engineering K-12 center, eGFI, seeks to identify and gather in one place the most effective engineering education resources available to the K-12 community. It works to enhance achievement in pre-college science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education by promoting the effective application of engineering principles to K-12 curricula. There is also an outreach program...
Telecommunications: Twisted Pair Cable Noise Immunity

This online, interactive lesson provided by Wisc-Online and the National Science Foundation explains how data is transferred through electrical conductors and the various configurations in which one can find these conductors. This slideshow goes into detail about the reasoning behind twisting cables – to reduce crosstalk and EMI (electromagnetic interference). The illustrations and animations are...
Biotechnology Skills Standards

Here users will find an assortment of Bioscience/Agricultural Biotechnology Skills Standards. These should be useful for development of new programs as well as for comparisons with existing programs. The sections discussed are: Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Skill Standards, Combined Bioscience/Agricultural Biotechnology Skill Standards, Agricultural Biotechnology Skill Standards, Bioscience...
eERL: electronic Environmental and Energy Resources Library

The electronic Environmental and Energy Resources Library's (eERL) mission is to "be the best possible online collection of environmental and energy sustainability resources for community college educators and for their students." The resources in this collection can be accessed through a search box on this page, or through the link to the eERL website. Resources are free to use and the collection...
National Science Foundation's Nanoscience Discoveries

This website from the National Science Foundation (NSF) describes discoveries in nanoscience. Topics include how bacteria get past our defenses, a safer nano cancer detector and brightest x-ray vision at the nano-scale.
Gas Chromatography

This video, distributed on YouTube by the Royal Society of Chemistry, is on the basic principles of Gas Chromatography. This video is a short primer which introduces the technique and instrumentation. There are many assumptions that are made in the presentation of this material, due to the fact the video is meant to be a basic introduction. The ultimate strength of this video is the general nature...
Orbital Dynamics

This video from SpaceTEC National Aerospace Technical Education Center explains the mechanics of orbital dynamics and Newton's First Law of Motion. This three minute video is one of the aerospace certification readiness courses.
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