DataStreme Atmosphere is a major precollege teacher enhancement initiative of the American Meteorological Society with the main goal of training of Weather Education Resource Teachers who will promote the teaching of science, mathematics and technology using weather as a vehicle, across the K-12 curriculum in their home school districts.The initial step in the training of Resource Teachers is their participation in the DataStreme Atmosphere distance-learning course. The 13-week course is offered twice a year to selected participants. It focuses on the study of the atmospheric environment through the use of electronically transmitted weather data and learning materials combined with Study Guide readings and investigations.Read More »
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Can you identify the most bacteria-infested places in a classroom?
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Do you know the five essential steps to “green cleaning” in schools?
Can you identify at least three national tools or resources to help you choose safe and appropriate cleaning products?
Have you conducted a routine maintenance inspection of your school environment within the last 12 months?
If you answered “No” to any of these questions, register now for this week’s webinar dedicated to cleaning and maintenance practices in schoolsRead More »
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