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Meteorology FAQ Part 5/7: Sources of weather data
Section - 8) Educational resources for teachers

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<URL:ftp://ftp.met.ed.ac.uk/calmet/>
  Software and documents in support of computer-aided learning in meteorology; it is associated with the CALMET mailing list (described in the Resources
FAQ).

<URL:http://nesen.unl.edu/nesen.html>
  Nebraska Earth Science Education Network pages contain a variety
of lesson plans and projects for teaching earth science.

<URL:http://cirrus.sprl.umich.edu>
  University of Michigan Weather Underground contains many curriculum
resources for K-12 education including the "Blue Skies" program.  Also
a list of other resources at <URL:http://cirrus.sprl.umich.edu/outreach/>.

<URL:http://www.ucar.edu:8080/ucargen/education/eduhome.html>
  University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)'s pointers to
educational resources for K-12, undergraduate/postgraduate, and general
public science literacy. 

<URL:http://aws.com>
  Automated Weather Source Inc.'s Nationwide School Weather Network.
Some resources ("Virtual Schoolhouse") are under development. 

<URL:http://faldo.atmos.uiuc.edu/WEATHER/weather.html>
  Thematic unit for weather for grades two through four.  Lessons in
various subjects with a weather theme.

<URL:http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/edu/RSE/RSEred/WeatherHome.html>
  "Weather Here and There" unit which incorporates interaction with the 
Internet and hands-on collaborative, problem solving activites for students in grades four through six.

<URL:http://www.atmos.uiuc.edu/geosciences/geosciences.html>
  UIUC-CoVis Geosciences Web Server.  The Learning Through Collaborative Visualization (CoVis) Project is thousands of students, over a hundred teachers, and dozens of researchers and scientists working to improve science education in middle and high schools. Participating students study atmospheric and environmental sciences through inquiry-based activities. 
  The server includes instructional materials on a variety of geoscience topics, including meteorology, climatology, and oceanography.

<URL:http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/weather/kids.htm>
  BBC Weather Centre's "children's weather" page.  Course in building a
weather station and other children-oriented weather information.

<URL:http://nsidc.colorado.edu/education/> 
   National Snow and Ice Data Center information on the Blizzard of '96
for k-12 students.

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