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    My resources

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    Web-based resources shared during the 2014 AGU GIFT workshop.

    In addition to the NASA peer reviewed collection of resources, NASA Wavelength provides a way to bundle collections, like a very powerful bookmark, that can include notes, directions, goals or objectives, or instructions. Resources can be added to this list from almost any where and could be a .pdf, photo, picture, movie, ... as long as there is a url, you can add it to your list.
    Every list you create can be private (only for your eyes) or public; you decide. Lists are assigned a static URL that means consistency. Lists can be printed out and further customized in Acrobat.
    The possibilities are left up to you!

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    This list has been developed to offer supporting resources to schools in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed who are developing MWEE (Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences) for students in high school.

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    This list has been developed to offer supporting resources to schools in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed who are developing MWEE (Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences) for students in middle school.

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    This list has been developed to offer supporting resources to schools in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed who are developing MWEE (Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences) for students in 3 through 5th grades.

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    This list has been developed to offer supporting resources to schools in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed who are developing MWEE (Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences) for students in K through 2nd grades.

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    Explore our sampler of fun and educational activities for camps and outdoor learning centers from the Wavelength collection. Want more? Try the following keyword searches in Wavelength: "Outdoor" or "Kinesthetic" to find activities best done outside or based on physical activities; "Art" for STEM activities that incorporate arts activities, or browse "Informal Education" and refine your search by categories like middle school programming, families, and more.
    Be sure to also check out collections of activities such as the "Explore!" series - NASA activities for children designed specifically for use in libraries and other out-of-school settings, e.g., http://tinyurl.com/ExploreToTheMoon or http://tinyurl.com/JupitersFamilySecrets.

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