Websites: Educational Material

Title: Adventures of the Agronauts
Description: We welcome you to Adventures of the Agronauts, a free, online science curriculum with a space biology theme for elementary grade level students. This curriculum was created to meet the North Carolina (U.S.) Standard Course of Study for 3rd Grade Science.
Link: http://www.ncsu.edu/project/agronauts/
 
Title: Alberta Tomorrow
Description: Use the Alberta Tomorrow simulator to discover how land use can change Alberta’s ecosystems! Teacher guides are available for Alberta junior and senior highschool curricula.
Link: http://www.albertatomorrow.ca/index2.htm
 
Title: Alberta Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture - Environmental Education Publications
Description: From the provincial department responsible for natural heritage resources in Alberta. For over twenty years, Kananaskis Country has provided Environmental Education publications to help educators bring their classrooms into the natural environments of Alberta. Find a list of publications currently available to teachers and community educators.
Link: http://www.tprc.gov.ab.ca/parks/kananaskis/ed_materials.asp
 
Title: American Museum of Natural History - Resources for Learning
Description: Collection of activities, articles, evidence and analysis and more, for educators, families, students. Topic: Biodiversity Counts, a special resource collection takes students into the field and engages them in life science research: the inventory of plants and arthropods outside their own backdoors. Resources in this collection include lesson plans, profiles of scientists and Museum staff, essays, and Web-based interactives that help students explore, analyze, and apply their field observations.
Link: http://www.amnh.org/education/resources/biocounts/index.php
 
Title: American Society of Plant Biologists - Educational resources
Description: Programs, fellowships, and curriculum available to promote the teaching and learning of science using plants and to encourage plant biology as a career choice (K-12, Undergraduate, Graduate, and Faculty).
Link: http://www.aspb.org/education/
 
Title: Appui à la Formation et au Développement (AFD)
Description: L'AFD développe des outils didactiques faisant appel à l'infographie animée. Modules en ligne: Biologie Végétale (1. Diversité des végétaux; 2. Morphologie, organographie et terminologie; 3. Systématique et identification des espèces), etc. Une initiative conjointe de l'ONG LOUVAIN Développement et de la Faculté d'ingénierie biologique, agronomique et environnementale de l'Université catholique de Louvain (UCL).
Link: http://www.afd-lv.org/
 
Title: ARKive Education
Description: ARKive Education is a free-to-use, multi-media resource bank for teachers and other educators. Making use of the stunning imagery available at the award-winning ARKive website www.arkive.org, ARKive Education provides downloadable, ready to use modules on a wide range of curriculum topics, suitable for geography, biology, environmental education and citizenship lessons.
Link: http://www.arkiveeducation.org/
 
Title: Bell Museum of Natural History - Bell LIVE!
Description: Electronic learning adventures help your students explore and understand certain North American ecosystems by visiting some of the unique ecosystems of the Upper Midwest. Participants enjoy an interdisciplinary curriculum filled with hands-on activities, a variety of interactive Internet components, and exciting electronic field trip experiences.
Link: http://www.bellmuseum.org/distancelearning/belllive.html
 
Title: Biodiversity 911: Saving Life on Earth
Description: Exhibit developed by World Wildlife Fund. Find out about Biodiversity Basics to learn what it is and why it's important. Check out interactive games, quizzes, and other fun stuff that will help you learn more about the variety of life on Earth. Find educational resources and more.
Link: http://www.biodiversity911.org/
 
Title: Biodiversity and Climate Change Presentation
Description: As part of its 2007 edition of the Convention on Biological Diversity School Outreach Programme, the Secretariat of CBD created a presentation on biodiversity and climate change that was delivered by staff and volunteers to schools across Montreal, Canada, home of the Secretariat. This presentation is available here in PDF format and includes presentation notes.
Link: http://www.cbd.int/youth/resources/educators.shtml
 
Title: Biological diversity for kids
Description: Games and activities to learn about biological diversity with indications to educators.
Link: http://kids.cbd.int/
 
Title: Biological Diversity for Secondary Education
Description: UNESCO publication on addressing issues of biological diversity at the secondary education level.
Link: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0011/001113/111306eo.pdf
 
Title: Botanique / Documentation - Station Alpine Joseph Fourier
Description: Cette rubrique est spécialement destinée aux étudiants de premier et second cycle des universités (France). Sections: Ressources pédagogiques; Dossiers thématiques; Flore des montagnes du monde; Biographies de botanistes; Jardins Alpins et Arctiques; Galeries, etc.
Link: http://sajf.ujf-grenoble.fr/spip.php?rubrique1
 
Title: Canadian Biodiversity Institute - School Grounds Transformation
Description: The Canadian Biodiversity Institute (CBI) helps schools transform their grounds into stimulating, biologically-diverse outdoor classrooms and healthy, enjoyable play and social space. CBI accomplishes this by developing demonstration school sites, provinding comprehensive how-to materials, offering expert advice and training, and facilitating networking.
Link: http://www.biodiversityonline.ca/
 
Title: Canadian Biodiversity Project - 2000-2001
Description: The students in Conservation Biology at McGill University, Montreal, were asked to construct web pages on Canadian species. The web pages were to describe different species, their ranges and habitats, and any particularities regarding their management and/or conservation. Here then, are the results of the students' work.
Link: http://biology.mcgill.ca/undergra/c465a/biodiver/index.htm#plants
 
Title: Canadian Botanical Association - Teaching Section
Description: The members of the Teaching Section of the Canadian Botanical Association have produced this page as a resource for teachers of botany at all levels from elementary school to university.
Link: http://www.trentu.ca/biology/botany/
 
Title: Canadian Botanical Conservation Network - For Kids
Description: Take a look to the botanists-in-training dictionary, read on biodiversity or plants-at-risk, take a closer look at plants or learn about invasive plants, and more!
Link: http://www.rbg.ca/cbcn/en/cbcn4kids/kidsindex.htm
 
Title: Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Research Network (C-CIARN) - Posters
Description: Five posters available on the topic: living in a changing climate. Posters on adaptations for Canadian Agriculture, Canadian Forestry, Health of Canadians, Canada's Coastal Zone, Canada's Water Resources.
Link: http://www.c-ciarn.ca/posters_e.html
 
Title: Canadian Forestry Association - Teaching Kit Series
Description: The CFA Teaching Kit Series provides educators with the tools to help young people better understand the value of forests and the importance of protecting and conserving them.The lessons incorporate interactive, hands-on activities that reflect science and geography based learning outcomes and expectations in Canada’s provincial and territorial curriculum guidelines.
Link: http://www.canadianforestry.com/kits/
 
Title: Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, NB Chapter - Watch Your Paws
Description: CPAWS NB is proud to announce its new "Watch Your Paws" nature education program for children! The goals of this program are to educate children about natural habitats and protected areas in our province and to encourage responsible action in nature.
Link: http://www.cpawsnb.org/Watch%20Your%20Paws/Paw%20Cover%20Page.htm
 
Title: Cells! An Educational Resource
Description: Cells! is produced by R. Howard Berg as an educational public service of the Danforth Center. This tool makes available images of cellular structures for use in teaching.
Link: http://www.danforthcenter.org/Cells/
 
Title: Center for Invasive Plant Management (CIPM) - Education
Description: CIPM Products; Educator Resources (K-12 Teaching Resources, Science Fair Projects, Resources); Adult Education Resources and more.
Link: http://www.weedcenter.org/education/edu_overview.html
 
Title: Climate Change North
Description: Climate Change North is an educational website created for northerners by northerners. It’s about understanding how climate change affects us, and what we can do about it. This site allows you to pick and choose the background information, lesson plans and resources you need to make the topic of northern climate change come alive for your students.
Link: http://www.climatechangenorth.ca/
 
Title: Climbers and Creepers
Description: Climbers and creepers is Kew's newest addition, a botanically themed play centre for children aged 3-9. At Climbers and creepers, children explore a giant world of plants, and find out about how they interact with animals, including topics such as pollination and carnivorous plants.
Link: http://www.kew.org/climbersandcreepers/home.html
 
Title: Discovery Education - School Resources: Lesson Plans - Plants
Description: View lesson plans for elementary, middle and high school students. Lesson plans correspond to VHS and DVD titles located in The Store. All written by teachers for teachers.
Link: http://school.discoveryeducation.com/lessonplans/plants.html
 
Title: Earth Day goes to school
Description: School kits.
Help us make this the best Earth Day ever. Show your Earth Day spirit! Host an event at your school and help raise money for Earth Day Canada.
Link: http://www.earthday.ca/edatschool/
 
Title: Eco-Schools Programme
Description: Eco-Schools is a international programme for environmental management and certification, and sustainable development education, for schools. The Eco-Schools programme involves seven steps that any school can adopt.
Link: http://www.eco-schools.org/index.htm
 
Title: EcoKids - Canada's environmental destination for kids
Description: Homework help; Games & Activities; Blog; Contests; Have your say. Include a section: "Just for teachers".
Link: http://www.ecokids.ca
 
Title: Ecological Society of America - Education and Diversity Programs
Description: ESA’s Education and Diversity Programs office offers a variety of programs to increase the diversity of the ecology-related professions and to improve the quality of ecology education.
Link: http://www.esa.org/education_diversity/
 
Title: EducaPoles
Description: The educational website of the International Polar Foundation. It sets out to sensitize young people and the educational world to the importance of the Polar Regions and of climate change by proposing adapted teaching tools and projects.
Link: http://www.educapoles.org/
 
Title: EE - North: Environmental Education Resources for Northern Canada
Description: The purpose of this guide is to provide digital copies of existing resources on environmental education in Northern Canada. This electronic guide is housed on the Internet for the use of all northen environmental groups, schools, educators and communities.
Link: http://www.eenorth.com/eenorth/
 
Title: Enpairs.ca
Description: Enpairs.ca est un catalogue électronique facilitant la recherche et le partage d'objets pédagogiques numériques francophones pour l'apprentissage des sciences au secondaire. Parmis les catégories : "Plantes (botanique)".
Link: http://www.enpairs.ca/
 
Title: Environment Canada - Free Educational Resources for Educators
Description: Find resources to help you bring the environment into your classroom or into the activities of your scout, naturalist or youth group. Resources for Primary school educators, Secondary and Post-secondary educators.
Link: http://www.ec.gc.ca/education/default.asp?lang=En&n=D3D10112-1
 
Title: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Teaching Center
Description: This site is for both formal and nonformal educators who wish to teach about the environment. It offers background information on a variety of topics, lesson plans, and activities that work in and out of the classroom. You will also find information on workshops, conferences, grants, awards and a variety of other information.
Link: http://epa.gov/teachers/
 
Title: Evergreen - Toyota Evergreen Learning Grounds
Description: Welcome! Toyota Evergreen Learning Grounds helps schools create outdoor classrooms to provide students with a healthy place to play, learn and develop a genuine respect for nature. Provide Expert Assistance, Funding, Resources, Lesson plans, and more!
Link: http://www.evergreen.ca/en/lg/lg.html
 
Title: Flora of North America - Lesson Plans
Description: Each inquiry-based lesson plan includes key terms, enrichment activities, and standards met. A variety of hands-on or minds-on activities strengthen students critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. The enrichment activities encourage students to integrate biological knowledge and social issues.
Link: http://hua.huh.harvard.edu/FNA/Outreach/lesson_plans.shtml
 
Title: Focus on Plant Biodiversity - Poster Pack for Schools
Description: These fascinating posters bring the expertise and resources of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh into the classroom, and provide a well-researched visual resource for teaching and learning about plants and biodiversity (UK). The poster pack consists of 20 full-colour gloss laminated A2 posters accompanied by background notes for teachers to provide a wider scientific context.
Link: http://www.rbge.org.uk/about-us/news/stories/focus-on-plant-biodiversity-poster-pack-for-schools
 
Title: Glossopedia™
Description: Glossopedia™, is a free, safe, multimedia online interactive encyclopedia, connecting kids to the world by supporting explorations of nature, animals, science, and culture.
Link: http://www.globio.org/glossopedia/
 
Title: Grand Lake Meadows - Educational Materials for High School Teachers
Description: These activities are available for use by teachers and students free of charge. The activities can be printed from this website for classroom use.
Link: http://virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Flora/english/plant_high.html
 
Title: Green Street
Description: The Program links schools in Canada to reputable Environmental Education organizations across the country. We aim to deliver credible, accessible and affordable programs that are relevant to students’ concerns, curriculum-linked, encourage a sense of personal responsibility for the environment, foster a commitment to sustainable living, and promote an enduring dedication to environmental stewardship
Link: http://www.green-street.ca/home/index_e.html
 
Title: Green Teacher
Description: Green Teacher is a magazine that helps youth educators enhance environmental and global education inside and outside of schools. Other Green Teacher publications to date include four resource books for educators
Link: http://www.greenteacher.com/
 
Title: GreenLearning
Description: GreenLearning is a premier learning resource for innovative teachers. Our lessons and activities are curriculum-aligned, comprehensive, fun and free.
Link: http://www.greenlearning.ca/
 
Title: Grounds for Change
Description: The Calgary Zoo's Schoolyard Naturalization Program. Schools in Calgary began naturalizing their schoolyards in the mid-1990's. The Grounds for Change program is designed to connect you to the experiences and lessons gained from years of working with over 40 Calgary-area schools.
Link: http://www.calgaryzoo.org/schoolyard_naturalization/
 
Title: Hall of Biodiversity - American Museum of Natural History
Description: Enter the Hall of Biodiversity, and the Spectrum of Life comes alive before your eyes, revealing the variety of Earth's living things.The life-size Dzanga-Sangha Rainforest, complete with sounds and smells, displays a vast array of species inhabiting and interacting within one ecosystem. And the Resource Center corridor, featuring the "Transformation of the Biosphere" and "Solutions" walls, offers an in-depth exploration of the many values of and threats to biodiversity, and the varied ways individuals and organizations are working to preserve the world's species and ecosystems.
Link: http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/permanent/biodiversity/
 
Title: Hinterland Who's Who - For Educators
Description: Welcome educators! Whether you’re a high school or kindergarten teacher, or a non-formal educator, you’ll find this section to be an invaluable resource. We’ve included lesson plans to inform young people about important conservation concepts such as biodiversity, sustainability, ecosystem conservation, and endangered species recovery.
Link: http://www.hww.ca/hww.asp?id=5&pid=0
 
Title: Innovators in the Schools at Yukon College
Description: Provides Yukon teachers (K-12) with science & technology experts who visit their classroom or lead a field trip. Students are exposed to the real lives and work of biologists, engineers, geologists, health technologists, chemists, computer programmers and others.
Link: http://dl1.yukoncollege.yk.ca/innovators/
 
Title: Int'ERE.net
Description: Le bulletin mensuel des membres de l'Association québécoise pour la promotion de l'éducation relative à l'environnement (AQPERE).
Link: http://www.aqpere.qc.ca/bulletin/2008/index.htm
 
Title: ITI, Government of the Northwest Territories - Teacher's resources
Description: Teacher Resource Guides/Publications; NWT Focus on Forest; The Wild Times Environment/Conservation Education Newsletters and more... (many resources on environment and conservation in NWT).
Link: http://www.iti.gov.nt.ca/kids/teachers.htm
 
Title: Le Développement Durable, pourquoi?
Description: Une exposition pédagogique d'affiches sur la biodiversité, des commentaires et des outils pédagogiques affiliés.
Link: http://www.ledeveloppementdurable.fr/biodiversite/
 
Title: Les Aventures du Patrimoine
Description: La série intitulée Les aventures du patrimoine est dédiée à l'éducation relative à l'environnement; elle a été conçue pour les élèves du primaire et du secondaire. Propose notamment :
Le Domaine Joly-De Lotbinière et sa biodiversité; La Réserve mondiale de la Biosphère de Charlevoix.
Link: http://www.lesaventuresdupatrimoine.com/intro.html
 
Title: Mésange: Mouvement Éducatif et Social d'Animation Nature aux Groupes d'Étudiants
Description: Nous avons conçu ce site dans le but d'aider les enseignants, les animateurs et les curieux de nature, à trouver des ressources concernant les sciences naturelles dans l'immense fouillis que constitue l'Internet. Vous y trouverez également l'information concernant nos activités d'animation.
Link: http://www.mesange.qc.ca/new/
 
Title: National Geographic and WWF - Wild World maps
Description: The Wild World maps are designed to help you bring into your classroom the wonders of biodiversity and the urgency of conserving it. The Educator’s Guide that accompanies the maps offers lesson plans and activities on subjects like map fundamentals, biodiversity, and ecoregions.
Link: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/wildworld/educators.html
 
Title: Nature-Watch
Description: Nature-Watch provides educational products and craft activity kits designed for teaching children about nature. Since 1987 Nature Watch has provided environmental science curriculum and nature craft projects to thousands of schools, camps, museums, nature centers, park and recreation programs, zoos, libraries, after-school programs, scouts and many others.
Link: http://www.nature-watch.com/cgi-bin/naturewatch/index.html
 
Title: Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP)
Description: NCEP is a global project to improve the practice of biodiversity conservation by improving training in biodiversity conservation. NCEP targets educators working with undergraduate and graduate students, and trainers working with conservation professionals in a variety of settings. NCEP modules are online resources for teachers.
Link: http://ncep.amnh.org/
 
Title: New York Botanical Garden - Teaching Tools
Description: To ensure each self-guided class visit at the Botanical Garden is an active learning experience, student activity booklets are available (PDF format), for you to view and download prior to your trip.
Link: http://www.nybg.org/edu/child_edu/teaching_tools.php
 
Title: Northern Climate ExChange Schools Program
Description: Teachers' Corner · Students' Corner · Pilot Project · Classroom Data ExChange.
Link: http://www.taiga.net/nce/schools/
 
Title: Ontarion Niagara Escarpment - Teachers' Corner
Description: The Niagara Escarpment Commission is pleased to provide educators with these curriculum-based resources. We encourage you to use these materials to introduce students to Ontario's Niagara Escarpment - a World Biosphere Reserve. Materials are organized by grade level and include classroom activities, quizzes, games and fact sheets.
Link: http://www.escarpment.org/Resources/education_about.htm
 
Title: Planet Plant - Kids online activities
Description: Information, activities, games and more about the coolest and most beautiful plants on Earth. Designed for kids ages 9-12. A creation of BGCI.
Link: http://www.planetplant.org/
 
Title: Plant Scientists Investigate…at school and at the botanic garden
Description: A collaborative project to deliver primary science about plants. The resource activities are focussed on plants – their growth, their importance economically and culturally and the need for their conservation.
Link: http://www.plantscafe.net/
 
Title: Population Education - Population Connection
Description: Population Connection’s Education Program is the only national (U.S.), population education program with a strong emphasis on teacher training for educators of grades pre-K through 12. Link to the topic: Earth Matters: Studies for our Global Future (for grades 9-12). Find the books contents online. Each unit is a PDF that contains the student reading and activities from that unit. (Ex. : Unit V - Deforestation, Unit VIII - Wildlife Endangerment, etc.).
Link: http://www.populationeducation.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=443&Itemid=2
 
Title: Project Learning Tree
Description: Project Learning Tree® is an award winning, multi-disciplinary environmental education program for educators and students in PreK-grade 12. PLT, a program of the American Forest Foundation, is one of the most widely used environmental education programs in the United States and abroad.
Link: http://www.plt.org/
 
Title: Project WILD
Description: Project WILD is one of the most widely-used conservation and environmental education programs among educators of students in kindergarten through high school (U.S.). Material is available to those who attend instructional workshops offered by certified leaders and supported by a network of sponsoring state, national, and international agencies.
Link: http://www.projectwild.org/
 
Title: Rangeland Ecosystems and Plants
Description: Range Ecosystems and Plants is a capstone course for students majoring in Rangeland Resources in the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan. Each student was given the assignment of compiling fact sheets for seven different range plants. Students of Range Ecosystems and Plants are pleased to share these fact sheets with you.
Link: http://www.usask.ca/agriculture/plantsci/classes/range/
 
Title: Rare Plants of Ontario
Description: These pages are intended to provide a broad overview of plants in Ontario. Teachers are permitted to reproduce material as needed for education purposes. An educational program of the Royal Botanical Gardens.
Link: http://www.rbg.ca/rare/
 
Title: Royal BC Museum - Schools & Kids Online Program: Endangered Species in Endangered Spaces
Description: As part of a Canada-wide digital collections project, this internet exhibit provides information on some of the rare and endangered plants and animals in the Thompson-Okanagan region of British Columbia.
Link: http://www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/School_Programs/end_species/index_es.html
 
Title: Royal Botanical Gardens - Educational Activities
Description: Our experts offer close to 250 courses, workshops and activities each year for adults, families, & school and youth groups. For teachers: Our school programs are based from our Nature Interpretive Centre and Arboretum adjacent to Cootes Paradise Marsh, though other programs are offered throughout RBG's 2,700 acres. We offer over 50 curriculum-based programs, including half and full-day programs as well as overnights. These cover a variety of topics, such as birds, insects, habitats and seasonal cycles. See our new Species at Risk curriculum-based programs as well as virtual field trips that use interactive videoconferencing technology to reach students around the world. We also offer biodiversity related teacher workshops, youth group programs and interpretive programs for visitors to our gardens.
Link: http://www.rbg.ca/pages/educational_activities.html
 
Title: Saskatchewan Environmental Society (SES) - Teachers' Resources
Description: Lists of resources and curriculum guides found in the SES Loan-out Collection for teachers. The collection includes many activities and lesson ideas for students of all age groups and grade levels.
Link: http://www.environmentalsociety.ca/resources/loc.html
 
Title: Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Programs for Teachers
Description: The following programs are supplements which link to the Saskatchewan Kindergarten to Grade 12 curriculum, and are complimentary to each other. The workshops for both programs are co-ordinated by the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority.
Link: http://www.swa.ca/WatershedEducation/TeacherPrograms.asp
 
Title: SEEDS
Description: The SEEDS Foundation has been providing bias-balanced, curriculum-fit energy and environmental education programs for the past 30 years. These programs have educated, inspired realistic choices and stimulated action by millions of students and their families on relevant energy and environmental issues across Canada.
Link: http://www.seedsfoundation.ca/
 
Title: Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) - Conservation education
Description: The SCB has developed these web pages in order to provide students, educators, and members of the public ready access to information and resources for conservation education.
Link: http://www.conbio.org/Resources/education/
 
Title: Species-at-Risk Education Kit and Poster + Rare Orchids Poster
Description: Nature NB education materials (New Brunswick)
Link: http://www.naturenb.ca/English/natureeducationmaterials.htm
 
Title: Sustainable School Challenge - New Brunswick
Description: We are challenging schools to shift sustainability from textbooks into classrooms through a series of three 50 min workshops and other fun visits. Students begin by assessing their current school practices with environmental audit to evaluate biodiversity, waste, water or energy consumption.The program is designed to meet curriculum objectives of grade 6-8 social studies and science.
Link: http://www.fallsbrookcentre.ca/education/sustainable_schools.htm
 
Title: Teens for Planet Earth!
Description: Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth! This site is here to help YOU protect this amazing planet we call home. Surf these pages for incredible facts about the natural world, for the latest conservation news, and to discover how teens can – and do – make a difference by carrying out environmental service-learning projects in their communities.
Link: http://teens4planetearth.com/
 
Title: The Healing Power of Plants
Description: Explore plant-based medicine's rich history! Focusing on Canada, this site has games, interviews with healers and scientists, a map of plants and real places to visit, quizzes and more: resources to satisfy the curiosity of young and old alike. This on-line exhibit was developed by a consortium of partners including Royal Botanical Gardens, and is part of the Virtual Museum of Canada (VMC).
Link: http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Healingplants/
 
Title: Tree Canada - Greening Canada's School Grounds
Description: We create opportunities for individuals and groups with an interest in planting and caring for trees for non-commercial use. You can apply for the Greening Canada's School Grounds Program.
Link: http://www.treecanada.ca/programs/school/index.htm
 
Title: UNESCO - Environmental Education Module : Biological Diversity
Description: Educational module developed by UNESCO, in cooperation with the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP), in the framework of the UNESCO-UNEP International Environmental Education Programme (IEEP). Devoted to a specific issue of global concern and is directed at the secondary school level. Though the module is primarily intended as a supplementary resource for the school teacher, it is also of interest to curriculum developers, teacher trainers and educators in the non-formal sector.
Link: http://portal.unesco.org/education/en/ev.php-URL_ID=41439&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html
 
Title: UNESCO - Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future
Description: Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future is a multimedia teacher education programme published by UNESCO. It contains 100 hours (divided into 25 modules) of professional development for use in pre-service teacher courses as well as the in-service education of teachers, curriculum developers, education policy makers, and authors of educational materials.
Link: http://www.unesco.org/education/tlsf/
 
Title: UNESCO / IICBA - Science Series Home Page
Description: A guide to the useful lesson plans, articles, and sample test questions for science teachers that are available in this electronic library.
Link: http://library.unesco-iicba.org/English/SECONDARY_SCIENCE_SERIES/index_pages/science_home.htm
 
Title: Wetland and Environmental Education - Free Lesson Plans for Teachers
Description: Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) has developed three wetland and environmental education units of free lesson plans —the Wetland Ecosystems series. Download the teacher and student packages in English or French.
Link: http://www.ducks.ca/resource/teachers/lesson_plans/index.html
 
Title: Wildflowers and Scenery of the Canadian Rockies
Description: Photographs of wildflowers of the Canadian Rockies and nearby foothills, prairies, and the Waterton-Glacier area. The plants are indexed according to scientific, common, and family names.
Link: http://www.callutheran.edu/Academic_Programs/Departments/Biology/Wildflowers/cr/
 
Title: WWF - Education
Description: Information tailored for Students & Teachers: facts & information for your school homework (basics, ages 12-17, age 18 and older); Business training; Man's greatest mistakes; Sites than can help teachers plan lessons and get ideas, and more...
Link: http://www.panda.org/news_facts/education/index.cfm
 
Title: WWF- Canada / Schools for a Living Planet
Description: Presented by World Wildlife Fund-Canada. Free curriculum-linked, printable in-class activites for grade 3 to 8.
Link: http://wwf.ca/schools/
 

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