April 10, 2017

High School

Lectures

A comprehensive aquatic science curriculum

A comprehensive aquatic science curriculum

Texas Aquatic Science
Learn about Texas aquatic ecosystems from headwaters to oceans

More Texas Aquatic Science
A comprehensive aquatic science curriculum, from molecules to ecosystems, and headwaters to ocean, for middle school and high school students.

Ecology at work
Students learn how rooftop gardens help the environment and the lives of people, especially in urban areas. 

Water Exploration 
A Web-based education program for Texas high school students developed by the Institute for Geophysics in the Jackson School of Geosciences at The University of Texas at Austin, Texas teachers, and the Texas Water Development Board.

Science Experiments and Lectures

Photo credit: The Meadow Center for Water and the Environment

Photo credit: The Meadow Center for Water and the Environment

 

 

Water quality monitoring curriculum
Provides lessons, exercises, evaluations materials and TEKS correlations

Get engaged in STEM learning activities, fields and careers
The program goal is to introduce students to the design thinking process through hands-on, interactive learning activities that foster deep content knowledge in STEM fields and those engaged in STEM careers.

A blueprint for high school Earth and Space science
Designed to serve as a coherent framework for teachers to follow as they teach a one-year course

Cleaning-Up-Our-Act-Water-Biodiversity-Grade-6-and-9-1Water and biodiversity case study based lessons
Great for 6th and 9th grade

Marine debris
The Marine Debris STEAMSS Curriculum follow a scaffolded understanding of the issue of marine debris.

There’s No New Water! 
Explores the natural water cycle, human interventions that affect water quality and quantity, the effects of the urban/rural interface on water quality and quantity.

MISC

Green your school. Uphaus Early Childhood Center planted a squarefoot garden with every classroom. Photo credit: greeningyourschoolyard.com

Green your school. Uphaus Early Childhood Center planted a square foot garden with every classroom.
Photo credit: greeningyourschoolyard.com

Be a part of the largest and oldest green school program in the world
Eco-Schools is an internationally acclaimed program that provides a framework to help educators integrate sustainability principles throughout their schools and curriculum.

Green your schoolyard
The Greening Your Schoolyard Toolkit provides in-depth guidance and resources for outdoor education and greening your schoolyard, as well as relevant research and case studies that will help you create and sustain your school’s green areas.

Schoolyard Habitat Project Guide
A planning guide for creating schoolyard habitat and outdoor classroom projects