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International earth science program offers free resources to teachers

The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment Program (GLOBE) invites teachers interested in free Earth system Science teaching and learning resources to visit GLOBE.gov.
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The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment Program (GLOBE) invites teachers interested in free Earth system Science teaching and learning resources to visit GLOBE.gov.

The Program receives funding from NASA, NOAA and NSF and makes interactive, hands-on learning activities available across a variety of Earth system science study areas including atmosphere, hydrology, soils, land cover and phenology.

GLOBE, an international science and education program, provides training and professional development for all teacher participants. With GLOBE materials, teachers learn how to integrate hands-on projects into their curriculum and provide their students with an innovative way to get involved in Earth system science.

Learn more by visiting www.globe.gov and clicking on the Teaching & Learning tab or by reviewing the materials available in the GLOBE Teachers Guide.

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