Seminar Team has shared this collection of resources with you. You can save this collection to your personal online library simply by logging in to the left, or registering here. Once logged in, you'll also be able to explore and add other NSTA resources as well as upload your own resources to create one central location for your professional development materials.
  • Shared by Seminar Team

Do-It-Yourself Air Monitoring – Explore the Atmosphere and Turn on Light Bulbs!

 
Resource Preview Image

Do-It-Yourself Air Monitoring – Explore The Atmosphere And Turn On Light Bulbs!

Type: User Resource

Summary: Web Seminar Archive

Resource Preview Image

Do-It-Yourself Air Monitoring – Explore the Atmosphere and Turn on Light Bulbs!..pdf

Type: User Resource

Summary: Web Seminar Presentation

Resource Preview Image

Hands-on Activities for Teachers

Type: User Resource

Summary:

Resource Preview Image

The Village Green Project

Type: User Resource

Summary: The Village Green Project is designed to increase air pollution monitoring capabilities in communities and provide real-time air pollution measurements at lower cost and maintenance.

Resource Preview Image

U.S. EPA kicks off air quality research in Colorado with NASA and NOAA

Type: User Resource

Summary:

Resource Preview Image

Breathing Easy About New Air Pollution Standards

Type: Journal Article

Grade:

Summary: A town hall meeting is the backdrop for a role-playing case about ground-level ozone air pollution. The case consists of a flier and scripts drawn from public comment records on the current government mandate to reduce ground-level ozone by limiting nitrogen...

Resource Preview Image

In Search of Air Pollution

Type: Journal Article

Grade:

Summary: Using EPA and NOAA websites, students are able to view pollution inventories (the amounts and kinds of pollution released in a given location) and follow pollution along its estimated path of travel. This inquiry based lesson guides students in the use...

Resource Preview Image

Podcast: Do-It-Yourself Air Monitoring – Explore the Atmosphere and Turn on Light Bulbs!

Type: Podcast

Grade:

Summary: The Podcast: Do-It-Yourself Air Monitoring – Explore the Atmosphere and Turn on Light Bulbs! is a production of the entire web seminar: Do-It-Yourself Air Monitoring...

Resource Preview Image

Resources and Human Impact

Type: SciPack

Grade:

Summary: SciPacks are self-directed online learning experiences for teachers to enhance their understanding of a particular scientific concept and its related pedagogical implications for student learning. Unlimited expert content help via email and a final assessment...

Resource Preview Image

Science Sampler: Ozone notebook

Type: Journal Article

Grade:

Summary: To combat the problems associated with high levels of ground-level ozone, the Clean Air Act of 1970 called on all government agencies to take measures to reduce ground-level ozone in our air to 120 parts per billion (ppb). Detection of ozone levels is...

Resource Preview Image

The Big Sky Inside

Type: Journal Article

Grade:

Summary: The University of Montana (UM)—Missoula has implemented a problem-based program in which students perform scientific research focused on indoor air pollution. The Air Toxics Under the Big Sky program (Jones et al. 2007; Adams et al. 2008; Ward et al....

Resource Preview Image

The Facts About Ozone

Type: Book Chapter

Grade:

Summary: The ozone layer refers to a region of the atmosphere about 15–30 km above Earth’s surface that contains a relative abundance of ozone (but still a tiny amount compared to the rest of the air). Ozone is a molecule containing three oxygen atoms (instead...