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David Wetzel

Little Know Ways to Support Earth Day - 5 views

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    Earth Day is around the corner - April 22nd - and every year teachers and students try to come up with new and innovative activities. Recycling is a popular activity to keep the idea recycling going strong. Classrooms often come up with ideas to recycle paper, ink cartridges, plastic bottles, metal cans, and newspapers. However, there are other recycling activities that students can get involved in to support Earth Day.
Jennifer Garcia

Earth Hour - Earth Hour 2010 Global Site - It's Show Time! - 5 views

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    "Turn out your light, show support In 2009 hundreds of millions of people around the world showed their support by turning off their lights for one hour. Earth Hour 2010 will continue to be a global call to action to every individual, every business and every community. A call to stand up, to show leadership and be responsible for our future. Pledge your support here and turn off your lights for one hour, Earth Hour, 8.30pm, Saturday 27th March 2010. It's Showtime! Show what can be done. Pledge your support "
David Wetzel

Earth Day Activities: Environmental Uses of Phone Books - 9 views

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    Earth day activities designed to use phone books for a variety of purposes around the home to keep them out of the land fill.
Ted Sakshaug

Scientific Data - 8 views

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    Earthquake data
Kelly Faulkner

zefrank.com :: if the earth were a sandwich : find the opposite tool - 18 views

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    cool little site for finding global geographic opposites. we are directly across from spain!
Maggie Verster

Digital Library for Earth System Education - 18 views

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    Searchable according to grade level, resource type, collections and standards
David Hilton

NASA Earth Observatory: Home - 11 views

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    Would be an excellent tool for teachers of geography.
Maggie Verster

Download Free Wallpaper of the Earth From Above - 19 views

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    This site has amazing photographs of earth for about 100 countries in context. Can be great for classroom use. Very informative and amazing.
Ted Sakshaug

Kinetic City: Shape It Up - 0 views

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    Erosion Activity
Ben W

Ten things you don't know about the Earth | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine - 0 views

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    Interesting bits about the Earth explained in an easy to read fashion
Ben W

evolution - what next? - 0 views

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    A flash-based timeline going from the big bang up to the present day. Details life on Earth and more recent eras. Very visual and informative
Art Gelwicks

Google Earth Browser Plugin - 0 views

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    Google Earth can now be used from a browser plug in!
Carla Arena

TwittEarth :: Live Twitts all over the world - 0 views

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    Interesting visual app for Twitter.
Ted Sakshaug

Amazing Space - 0 views

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    Great space resources, including including a section on tonight's sky.
Thomas Ho

Google Earth *PRO* is FREE for Educators! | Welcome to NCS-Tech! - 0 views

  • Did you know that Google Earth Pro is *FREE* if you are an educator? Yep! Basically, all you have to do is download the PRO trial version at http://earth.google.com and then forward the answers to these questions to GEEC [at] google.com:
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    Follow these instructions to get Google Earth Pro free and what you can do with it.
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    This blogger says Google Pro is free -- follow these instructions and let me know if this works. This post also says what you can do with Google pro -- great post.
Ric Murry

Flash Earth ...satellite and aerial imagery of the Earth in Flash - 0 views

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    Kinda of like an online Google Earth in case you can't get the real thing installed.
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    Okay, I've never done the "share" bit with a bookmark in Diigo. This is kind of a test, but it IS a neat site.
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    Simple, yet detailed alternative to Google Earth. Flash based.
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    Google Earth alternative.
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