Turning the Tide America's Coasts at a Crossroads.
Help Yourself to These Opportunities . . . .
multimedia CD-ROM is now available for Macintosh and PC computers.
Explores some of the uses, functions, and ways of protecting our
marine environment. May be of interest if you study marine commerce
and navigation and the anatomy of a disaster, learning about special
coastal ecosystems and preserving our marine heritage. Cost: $10.00.
NOAA, National Geodetic Survey, N/CG112, 1315 East-West Highway,
Station 9202, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910.
An Introduction to Cryogenics and Superconductivity for Junior
High/Middle School Students
and A Teacher's Guide to Superconductivity
for High School Students
. Single copies of each kit are available
while quantities last. The kits include print materials for students
and/or teachers and a video. To acquire the kits contacting the
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clearinghouse (EREC), Contact
1-800-363-3732 (phone), 1-703-893-0400 (Fax) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Microsoft is offering a free Internet CD including Internet related
products and tools. Everything a school needs to build or enhance
a Web site and set up its own Web server. Includes Web Whacker.
To request the Internet Jumpstart CD for Educators
Microsoft at 1-800-426-9400 for an application.
For spring storms acquire the Student Activities in Meteorology
book which includes activities to help students become familiar
with Doppler radar, wind chill measurements and use of actual
data. Appropriate for grades X-X. Call Rhonda Lange at 303-497-6045
or Barbara McGehan at 303-497-6286.