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Ms. Frizzle Magic School Bus

5 Reasons Ms. Frizzle Rocks as a Teacher

5/7/2013 // By Dani Tinker

It’s always an appropriate time to appreciate and acknowledge an incredible teacher. You might remember Ms. Frizzle, the quirky science teacher from The Magic School Bus books and TV show. Each story involves Ms. Frizzle and her students on spectacular […] Read more >

Teach Green: Eco-Schools USA Wraps Up NSTA Conference

11/16/2010 // By Jennifer Hammonds

This past weekend, I wrapped up my experience at the 2010 National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Area Conference in Baltimore. I represetened Eco-Schools USA at the conference, whose theme this year was “Charting the Course to Excellence”. Read more >

Eco-Schools USA: Charting the Course to Excellence

11/12/2010 // By Jennifer Hammonds

“Charting the Course to Excellence” was the theme for the 2010 National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Area Conference in Baltimore. NWF’s Jennifer Hammonds attended, and left the conference even more proud to be an educator and a steward of the environment. Read more >

NASA and Eco-Schools USA: Climate Change Connections institute

NASA and Eco-Schools USA Day 3 – Pathways to Success

11/5/2010 // By Laura Hickey

Success! On our final day at the NASA Goddard Visitor Center, we brought all the pieces together about what everyone had learned at the inaugural Climate Change Connections (CCC) professional development institute. Read more >

Actually, Knowledge Is “The Gas of Life”

2/26/2010 // By Amanda Cooke

South Dakota’s House passed a resolution calling for “balanced” teaching of global warming in the state’s public schools. The 36 state representatives who supported HCR 1009 believe that “carbon dioxide is not a pollutant…Many scientists refer to carbon dioxide as ‘the gas of life’”. Read more >