Association for the Promotion and Advancement of Science Education – choose your own science adventure online

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development – forging covenants in teaching and learning for the success of all learners

Bringing the Universe to America’s Classrooms – Explore digital media resources for teaching topics in K–12 earth and space science. These free resources emphasize student engagement with the core ideas and practices of the Next Generation Science Standards and are supported by rich contextual materials.

Center for Environmental Education – at Unity College in Maine (previously at Antioch New England Graduate School) – a resource center with a large inventory of environmental education materials and teaching methods, as well as opportunities for networking around the globe

Discovery Channel School Online

Earth System Science Education Alliance – a national professional development program aimed at improving the knowledge, skills, and resources of Earth Systems Science educators

Educating Young People About Water – curricula compiled by the UW-Extension

Educational Communications Board (ECB) – provides searchable databases of instructional television programming and companion websites

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse – curriculum resources, teaching materials for K-12 math and science

Environmental Literacy – helps teachers find databases, research and policy papers, fact sheets, lesson plans and activities

ERIC – Education Resources Information Center – clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education

KEEP – the Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program

Kids Guide to Recycling – tips on recycling, including activity pages, quizzes, fun facts, etc. for kids

A Kid’s Guide to Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling Waste 

LEAF – Wisconsin’s K-12 Forestry Education Program – Providing a Educational Foundation for the Future of Wisconsin’s Forests

Leopold Education Project (LEP) – innovative EE curriculum based on the classic writings of the renowned conservationist, Aldo Leopold

Lesson Plan Place – sponsored by the Internet Education Group, this site has links to thousands of lesson plans categorized by subject area (Language, Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies) and grade level

Middleweb – learn about trends in middle school reform around the country, and peruse curriculum resources for science, language arts, social studies, etc.

Peace Corps World Wise Schools Program – interdisciplinary curricula available for kids to explore geography, culture and environmental issues of countries all over the world

Project Learning Tree – curricula for a greater understanding of the web of life and the natural world,  there’s also a link to Wisconsin Project Learning Tree

Project WET – water education for teachers

Project WILD – educational materials to teach kids how to think, not what to think about environmental issues

Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) – offers lesson plans and activities that can be searched for based on subject or age level

Software for environmental awareness from the US Environmental Protection Agency

State Education & Environment Roundtable – SEER coordinates professional development activities and research programs, disseminates educational resources and provides technical assistance to the states

SuperSummary – comprehensive guide to teaching resources for all grades and subjexts

Teacher.org – site offers a wide range of free teacher tools and resources

Teachers.net – visit this site to get curriculum ideas and lesson plans in all disciplines

TERC – curriculum and techniques for effectively teaching math and science

Tools for Teachers Online – lesson plans and ideas from teachnet.com.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA Teaching Center – background information, curricula, activities, games, contests and more!

Water Education Place – UW’s online water resources library holds a collection of K-12 water related curricula

Wisconsin Forest Resources Education Alliance (WFREA) – provides forest related curriculum and resources