Several cool projects, such as GLOBE, promote and support students, teachers and scientists to collaborate on inquiry-based investigations of the environment and the Earth system.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Mars. Includes current news and projects for students of all ages.
The Virtual Reference Desk, sponsored by ERIC, offers both experts and archived expertise.The goals of this project include building a national collaborative, maintaining a database of available services (approximately 70) and knowledge base of archived answers, a starter kit for building an expert service, and a discussion group for lessons learned.
The Department of Energy site dedicates space for those seeking expertise in energy and renewable energy, in particular.
This NASA JPL web site looks at the search for planets outside our solar system. It includes current news, discoveries, data, and interactive 3-D visualizations of exoplanets. Check out the exoplanet travel posters.
A team approach to a teachers' exchange is clearly quite valuable. How fascinating it would be to contrast the perspectives of folks in other countries on this subject.
Other Areas To Check Out...
• Creation of Virtual Museums
• EdTech Leaders Online
• Evaluation Resources
• Getting Started And Happy Endings
• High Performance Standards for Applied Learning
• Integrating Technology into Your School's Curriculum
• Major US and North American Federal Organizations: Environment
• National Science Teachers Association - Content and Research
• Technology in Learning