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Online Resources and Teaching Tools

BioSITE – Through the BioSITE program, over 500 students in the San Jose Unified School District are involved in a comprehensive environmental program focused on the banks of the Guadalupe River, where students collect and test water samples, look for plant and animal species, and document their findings.

Environmentality Challenge All 5th grade classes are invited to compete in Disney’s partnership with CDE to incorporate environmentality-thinking at school, at home, and in the community.

EPA Kids’ Web Page The Kids’ page is designed for children ages 5-12 and contains information on air, water, recycling, plants and animals, and general environmental education. It also provides art and games on various environmental issues that can be downloaded.

EPA Students’ Web Page Students’ Web page is designed for students age 12 and older and offers more advanced environmental information. It also provides opportunities to participate in various environmental programs, information on awards, competitions and environmental careers and research activities.

EPA Teachers’ Web Page The Teachers’ Web Page provides students and teachers with current, accurate, and reliable environmental information. The page will provide teachers with information on environmental issues and grant information, as well as facts from the EPA Library and direct-link page to other environmental Web sites.

CalMAX for California’s Schools CalMAX provides a source of free or inexpensive used materials to California’s schools.

Project Wet – The Water Education Foundation is your resource for information about water resource issues.

Exploring the Environment is a series of interdisciplinary, problem-based learning (PBL) modules for high school students. The project engages student teams in addressing real-world problems related to weather, population growth, biodiversity, land use patterns, volcanoes, water pollution, and global warming.

West Valley Clean Water Program Cartoon – Holiday gift wrap cartoon.

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Mercury In Schools – In 1999, University of Wisconsin Extension’s Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center (SHWEC) provides information about the mercury in schools project.

Watching Our Watersheds interactive map layers using Google Earth.

Watershed Watch Informative videos about free Watershed Watch educational programs and public services.

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