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Teacher Resources

Whether you are a dedicated teacher, an outdoor education professional, or a parent looking to get their kid outside, there are many options to help. The following websites have great ideas for taking classes outdoors and enriching time spent on a hike, at the park, or even just in the backyard.


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The BEETLES Project (Better Environmental Education, Teaching, Learning & Expertise Sharing) - All BEETLES resources are based on current research and understandings about how people learn, and tested by dozens of programs in diverse settings all over the country (and beyond!). Although BEETLES materials have been designed for residential outdoor science schools, they’ve been snatched up and used successfully in a wide variety of outdoor science education settings.

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Project Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators, parents, and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12.

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Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program emphasizing wildlife. The goal of Project WILD is to assist learners of any age in developing awareness, knowledge, skills, and commitment resulting in informed decisions, responsible behavior, and constructive actions concerning wildlife and the environment.

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MEECS stands for Michigan Environmental Education Curriculum Support. The goal of MEECS is to provide students in grades 3 through 9 with an opportunity to learn more about their environment through lessons in Science and Social Studies.

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NOAA Resource Collections -  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has collections of resources to help integrate NOAA science into formal and informal education.

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