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MI Climb Science State of Michigan site that gives science benchmark clarification, instruction, and assessment. Gives lessons and standards relevant to energy conservation, convection, conduction, etc.
Minerals Management Services Part of the U.S. Department of the Interior web site. Includes a Kid’s page and teacher resources.
National Energy Education Development Project (NEED) Promotes an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs.
National Energy Foundation Provides teaching and learning opportunities which promote a better understanding of energy, natural resources, and the environment.
National Science Resource Center (NSRC) NSRC is operated by the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and the Smithsonian Institution to improve the teaching of science in the nation's schools. The NSRC collects and disseminates information about exemplary teaching resources, develops and disseminates curriculum materials, and sponsors outreach activities to help school districts develop and sustain hands-on science programs.
National Science Teachers Association: Teachers Resources Site has many things for teachers including the National Science Standards, recommended curricula, books, and resources.
North American Association for Environmental Education Provides educational resources for teachers and students in a wide variety of science content areas.
Northeast Sustainable Energy Association Energy, transportation, and the environment make excellent themes for interdisciplinary education. NESEA works to bring hands-on, project- and problem-based learning experiences to K-12 teachers and students with resources and training.
Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology Part of the U.S. Department of Energy site with information on all aspects of nuclear energy. A video, “Splitting Atoms – An Electrifying Experience”, can be ordered and is free.
Paleontological Research Institution Provides the geology and history of oil. The education page has a teacher’s guide, educational publications, and science activities.
Powering a Generation of Change (Smithsonian) Powering a Generation of Change is a project to document the story of electrical power restructuring in North America as it unfolds over the coming years. The project is being conducted by the Division of Information Technology and Society at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History.