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North Carolina Environmental Education Certification Program
The North Carolina Environmental Education Certification Program is designed to reward professional development in environmental education. The Certification Program consists of 200 hours of workshops and other activities in the following components: 1.Instructional Workshops (70 hours), 2. Environmental Education Experiences in the Out-of-Doors (50 hours), 3. Knowledge of Environmental Education Resources (30 hours), 4. Teaching (30 hours), and 5. Action Partnership (20 hours). education.
North Carolina Environmental Education Clearinghouse
The Office of Environmental Education serves a coordinating role among schools, colleges, state and federal agencies, citizens groups, and the business/industrial community in promoting environmental education and natural resource stewardship.
North Carolina Environmental Education Links
Links to pages of interest to environmental educators from North Carolina or anywhere.
Ocean Planet Homepage
Ocean Planet, premiered at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History from April 1995 to April 1996, where it attracted nearly two million visitors. This electronic online companion exhibition contains all of the text and most of the panel designs and images found in the traveling exhibition.
Odyssey Magazine, the science magazine for young adventurers, ages 10-16
Odyssey Magazine is the science magazine for children ages 10-16. Cutting edge earth and space science, StarGazing with Jack Horkheimer, archaeology, astronomy, contests, teacher's guides, science articles. Great for classroom use.
Oregon Outdoor Skills Education
Oregons outdoor skills education page with information on angling, fishing, and women's classes.
Watch Outdoors Maryland - the mid-Atlantic's guide to the outdoors and one of MPT's most popular local programs. This award-winning series delights viewers each week with thought-provoking stories depicting the region's diverse collection of ecosystems, people, and places.
PA Fish and Boat Commission Education Resources Catalog
The PBFC Online Education Resources Catalog includes topics such as amphibians and reptiles, aquatic habitat, boating and water safety, conservation, critters, ethics, fish, fishing, where to boat, pollution, water and wetlands.
Pennsylvania Educational Resource Catalog
Pennsylvania Educational Resource Catalog - videos, brochures and fact sheets
Pennsylvania Night Callers - Frogs and Toads
As winter gives way to spring, the sounds of frogs and toads can be heard throughout Pennsylvania. Their voices may peep, trill, croak or grunt. Calls echo from wet meadows, marshes and farm ponds. These secretive amphibians are on the move!
Project WET- homepage
The goal of Project WET is to facilitate and promote awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the development and dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids and through the establishment of state and internationally sponsored Project WET programs.
Project Wild: An Environmental and Conservation Education Program
Project Wild is a K-12 interactive, interdisciplinary wildlife conservation and environmental education program supported by natural resource agencies nationwide. Receive activity guide books in workshops.
RBFF - Educational Resources
A list of the educational resources offerings by the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation.
RBFF - Passport to Fishing and Boating Has Arrived
Through Passport to Fishing and Boating, families with little or no fishing and boating experience learn the basic skills and techniques needed to enjoy these lifetime activities. Pilot tested and evaluated, the Passport is now ready for full-scale use by boating and fishing stakeholders.
SABSOON Fish Watch
Visit a reef fish community on the ocean floor! Please note that there are new images at this site daily when the cameras are functioning properly. Please come back and visit us again soon!