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Earth Systems Science: Online Curriculum

Earth system science seeks to integrate various fields of academic study to understand the Earth as a system.

It considers the interactions between the Earth's "spheres" — atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, geosphere, pedosphere, biosphere, and, even, the magnetosphere — as well as the impact of human societies on these components.  – Wikipedia

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High Adventure Science Project

The Concord Consortium has combined the study of uncertainty with the study of new scientific discoveries. It is called High Adventure Science Project.

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Earth Science for Kids

This site from NASA allow you to learn more about the Earth and all the planets in the solar system.

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Guide to Teaching Earth System Science

While NASA's Earth Science for Kids site is no longer available, this site from NASA provides a lot of the same resources. Click on the Teach menu link for teacher resources.

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Science Education Resources

Resources targeted for middle school science education from of the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado.

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Global Systems Science

Global Systems Science, for grades 9-12, focuses on science-related societal issues. 12 books, teacher guides, and software can support a 1-year integrated science course or supplement existing biology, physics, chemistry, Earth science, or environmental science. Provided by the Lawrence Hall of Science.

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