- Bay Backpack
Multimedia, curriculum guides, individual lesson plans and online data sources about Chesapeake Bay and environmental resources. Lessons are categorized by subject, level, type, alignment and keyword.
Scientifically and pedagogically reviewed digital resources for teaching about climate science, climate change, and energy awareness. Categorized by climate and energy topic, climate literacy principle and grade level.
- MPT Thinkport
MPT’s Thinkport site: Changing the Balance explores the mechanisms behind global climate change in ineractive tools and data exploration modules.
- NASA – My NASA Data Climate Change Lesson Plans
Lessons for middle and high school students linking NASA data sets to climate change science.
- NASA Climate Day Kit
Multimedia from NASA scientists to create your own Climate Day
- National Geographic – FieldScope
Online educational geospatial tool that covers US (with emphasis in Chesapeake Bay Watershed)
- NOAA Climate Services
Includes teacher resources (including climate education collections), professional development (excellent climate change symposia and web seminar series) and multi-media (videos, interactives and visualizations).
- NOAA Education Resources
Includes multimedia, activities and lesson plans, real world data sets, and rich graphics. Education resources are selected by NOAA staff and educators to directly support teaching of concepts and topics identified in the National Science Education Standa
- U.S. Global Change Research Program – Climate Change Wildlife and Wildlands
Developed by the U.S. EPA in partnership with 6 other federal agencies to aid educators in teaching how climate change is affecting our nation’s wildlife and public lands, and how everyone can become “climate stewards.” Includes case studies of 11 eco-reg
- University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science ALESE – Appalachian Laboratory Environmental Science Education
ALESE offers short programs at the to local schools and organized youth and adult groups. The Mapping Our Streams (MOS) project is a collaboration between ALESE and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to help teachers in the Chesapeake Bay waters