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Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest
University of Washington's Pacific Northwest history page. Includes curriculum materials, events, articles, and discussion list.
Education - Noxious Weeds
From the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board, educational information about Washington's noxious weeds. Includes lesson plans, a coloring book, and activity ideas.
Education Technology Support Center - Educational Listservs
Teachers will find a number of topic, grade level, and issue-specific e-mail lists to which they may subscribe.
Highlights current activities, grant opportunities, and workshops from the Washington State Department of Ecology.
Health Education Resource Exchange
Clearinghouse of public health education and health promotion projects, materials and resources in the state of Washington. Includes community projects, educational materials, educator tips, workshops and literature links.
Sponsored by the Washington State Historical Society. Provides online activities, labs, teacher resources, and a list of sponsors.
Access Washington's guide to web resources for kids of all ages.
North Cascades Institute - Teacher Education
Offers Washington state-specific teacher workshops including natural and cultural history, science, literature and the arts.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Science and Engineering Education
Offers science education reform programs, and resources for teaching science. Includes application information, vision statement, information on the LASER project, and equipment loans.
Genetic Research on Western Salmon provides protocols for high school students to use molecular techniques to do authentic genetic research on endangered salmon populations, as well as distinguishing Pacific native from non-native mussels. Student data can be contributed to the website and will be evaluated by fisheries scientists. Also includes sources of equipment and supplies
The Science Club
Nonprofit organization that fuels the joy of science, through school assemblies, parent and teacher workshops, television, video, and print. Also designs programs for museums, agencies, and educational organizations. Includes projects, science fair ideas, and ask-a-scientist resources.
Seattle Museum of History and Industry - Lifelong Learning
Information about bringing classes to the museum, teacher workshops, and outreach programs.
Teacher Universe - Washington State Standards
Student and teacher versions of the state standards, in HTML and PDF format.
Two Valleys-One Vision
Gaining early awareness and readiness for Undergraduate programs works to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in post-secondary education.
Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources - Resources for Educators
Includes links to conferences and workshops, book lists, web links, and information about partnerships for Washington teachers.
Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium
Fosters science, math, and technology education by offering lists of teacher resources, professional development opportunities, grant monies, newsletter, and school visits.
Washington State Coloring Book
Includes state flowers, people, and places. [PDF]
Washington State Genetics Outreach Education Programs
A list of partnership programs, contact persons, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, web pages, and an overview of services offered.
Washington State History Day
Information for students, educators, institutions, and any others interested in National History Day in Washington State.
Washington State History Education Links and Lesson Plans
Compiled by Mr. Donn, the social studies teacher. Includes history lesson plans specific to Washington State.
WSU Equipment Loan Program for Biology Teachers
Washington State University makes available basic science equipment so that all students may have access to current science technology. Includes a list of equipment available, grant opportunities, and science web links.
WSU Spokane CityLab
Provides hands-on science experiences in the biosciences for junior high and high school students and training for science teachers throughout eastern Washington. On-site biotechnology workshops are available year-round to area high school classes.
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