Restoration Education Guide

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Earth Partnership offers tools for teachers learning how to guide their students, colleagues and community members through schoolyard restorations. Ten steps form the backbone of the Earth Partnership curriculum:Earth Partnership has innovative curriculum guides that direct interdisciplinary explorations in ecology and restoration. Guides are aligned to Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core and encourage growth in science, math, literacy, art, social studies, and more.The Restoration Education Guide contains more than 100 lessons keyed to Common Core Standards and Next Generation

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Drones: Summer Engineering Experience for Kids Aeronautical Engineering Engineering Design Challenge

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Over the course of a week, your young engineers will be taking on the Drone Challenge.Engineers will work in teams of 4-5 to apply the Engineering Design Process (EDP) and the scientific concepts related to simple machines, force, energy and motion. Below you will find your week-at-a-glance, a materials list, and some background information that will help you prepare for the challenge topic area. Also included is a copy of the challenge letter as well as the end of week challenge expectations.Student Challenge Letter: Dear Young Engineers,Drone Flight Incorporated, a leader in the development

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SEEK18 Cybersecurity Module Teacher Guide

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Over the course of a week, your young engineers can take on the Cyber Security Challenge.Engineers will work in teams of 4-5 to apply the Engineering Design Process (EDP) and the scientific concepts related to simple 4 machines, force, energy and motion. Below you will find your week -at-a-glance, a materials list, and some background information that will help you prepare for the challenge topic area. Also included is a copy of the challenge letter as well as the end of week challenge expectations.Student Challenge Letter: Dear Young Engineers, Recent hacking activities in Cyberspace have

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Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center Curriculum

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The Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center at the Monterey Community College in collaboration with Washington State University is engaging in a scale-up study of the remote operated vehicle (ROV) program to new audiences of middle and high school students and teachers. The MATE ROV competition is an engaging platform to prepare middle and high school students for careers in the ocean STEM workforce. The MATE Center has a variety of curriculum projects: SeaMATE ROV Kit CurriculumUnderwater Robotics TextbookROV Curriculum ResourcesSpanish GalleonOcean Drifter ProjectExploring Ocean

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Philly Scientists - Biodiversity Project

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The Philly Scientists project is dedicated to developing innovative science curriculum for in-school and out-of-school programs for middle school students in the West Philadelphia Promise Zone. The website contains insight on curriculum development and an example lesson. The Philly Scientists mobile app was modified from a safari animal tracking tool and walks students through identifying and cataloging neighborhood plants and animals. Local scientists visit the school sites to engage students in discussions about how scientists make good observations and aid in data collection of neighborhood

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Chief Science Officers: A Strategy for Student Awareness and Industry Engagement

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Chief Science Officers

The Chief Science Officers (CSO) program expands on the student government model to select one or several youth at each participating middle or high school who would champion campus-wide interest, engagement and communication in STEM. On campus, CSOs would identify opportunities for speakers, field trips, and science nights. Off campus, CSOs participate in community forums and function as the point person for community initiatives in STEM.

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