Grade Range: K-12Resource Type(s): Reference MaterialsDate Posted: 9/22/2009
Students and teachers can deepen their understanding of the challenge of climate change through this archived online conference. An excellent professional development resource, the homepage for the online conference provides the conference schedule and speakers, as well as general information about virtual conferences. Also included are links to learning activities, the conference blog, and a brief essay entitled Why the Ginkgo? that explains the importance of the Ginkgo tree to science, art history and research at the Smithsonian.
Multimedia instruction, Museum education
The Environmental Movement
This button depicts the ecology symbol, a sma...
environment, nature, weather, environmentalism, biology, art, global warming, earth science, polar ice caps, natural history, globalization, science, climate, melting, global interdependence, ginkgo, History, energy, environmental, professional development
A biography of Lady Bird Johnson, who, as the wife of President Lyndon Johnson, reminded citizens...
Support for Smithsonian's History Explorer is provided by the Verizon Foundation