Contribute Earth Education Project Site

Teach the Earth (TTE) maintains a collection of Earth Education Project Sites. This set of project websites has been recognized by Teach the Earth as relevant and useful for Earth Educators. If you are the owner/editor of a website that you feel belongs in this collection, NAGT invites you to complete the submission form below.

Criteria

External sites that are linked from Teach the Earth should meet the following criteria:

  • content aligns with the scope of TTE (The site supports teaching and learning about the Earth by providing online resources for educators in the geosciences and related fields. Existing TTE resources include classroom activities, course descriptions and syllabi, information about pedagogical strategies, topical collections, and more.)
  • content is relevant to NAGT membership (whole or in subset) and has a well-defined audience
  • grounded in research and best practices
  • site is well-organized, easy to navigate, with clear links; there is clear alignment between context, goals, and resources
  • resources support new users
  • site is scientifically accurate, of enduring value, and/or actively maintained
  • sufficient free content to be useful to Earth educators; descriptions should only describe the free content.

The leadership of NAGT will make the final determination about the inclusion of submitted websites in the collection based on these criteria.

To see an example of a finished description click here (opens in a new window).

Submit a Site

Submitter Information



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Key Areas for Earth Educators

Each site record can point to up to 5 specific areas of the site that are of particular interest to Earth educators. Use the text boxes below to describe up to 5 key areas for your site.













Tags

Please select the appropriate grade level(s) for the resources on your site as well as up to 5 topical tags that are representative of the content areas addressed by the site.

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