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SC Envirothon
The Envirothon is a program for high school students to learn more about our natural environment. The spirit of competition motivates athletes, drives successful businesses and stimulates new ideas. The Envirothon tests the student's knowledge on topics such as soils, water resources, forestry, wildlife and current environmental issues.

SC Reel Kids and the
Many SC Reel Kids activities also correlate with math, language arts, health, and social studies standards. *SC Reel Kids activities are noted in the right hand column. Activities are identified by the activity numbers as listed in the Goals Checklist portion of participants’ packets.

Sea Grant Nonindigenous Species Site
The Sea Grant Nonindigenous Species Site (SGNIS) is a national information center that contains a comprehensive collection of research publications and education materials produced by Sea Grant programs and other research institutions across the country on zebra mussels and other aquatic nuisance species.

Sea Urchin Embryology
This is a site devoted to the interaction of a leading lab at Stanford University, under Dr. David Epel, with high school science teachers.

Sea World's Online Teacher's Guides
Teacher's Guides have been developed at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens to help you teach your students--in an active, hands-on way--about how people interact with the environment and how we can best care for Earth's resources. Our goal was to integrate science, mathematics, geography, art, and language.

Sea World/Busch Gardens Animal Resources
Facts on wildlife and ocean life from SeaWorld - BuschGardens. Great source of information for teachers and students.

Sea and Sky
Explore the splendors of the sea and the wonders of the universe through sights, sounds, information, and interactive games.

Sierra Club Environmental Education Index
Sierra Club Environmental Education Index - activities, curriculum, programs and materials

South Dakota Becoming and Outdoors Woman
South Dakota Becoming and Outdoors Woman

South Dakota Project WILD
South Dakota Project WILD - Wildilfe Education Program Calendar, Description and Events

State Education and Environment Roundtable: SEER
SEER is a cooperative endeavor of 16 state departments of education. SEER works to enhance student achievement, improve K-12 instructional practices and help schools achieve their improvement goals by implementing the EIC Modelâ„¢.

Taras Oceanographic Foundation
The Taras Oceanographic Foundation designs and executes multidisciplinary studies of whales and dolphins in the Caribbean and Central America, outdoor environmental business seminars and a unique K-12 program. Research and seminar programs provide opportunities for volunteers and participants to swim with whales or dolphins; the K-12 program let the youngsters learn more about the wonders of our oceans and about those who study them.

Teacher Training Opportunities: EPA
What's happening in the field of environmental education? Is there training you can attend to enhance your teaching skills? Explore this page to find out about opportunities in your area. You'll also discover unique programs designed to connect students and teachers across the country.

Teaching WILD - Texas Parks & Wildlife
Teaching WILD Main Page - with Project WILD program information and various Texas adaptations

Texas Online Resources for Teaching About Nature & Having Fun
Teacher Tool Kit Links to Lesson Plans, Resources, Workshops and Materials

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