Science Explorations Web Quests: All That Glitters|
What do gold, diamonds, and jade have in common? Find out as you explore these natural treasures on this virtual trip to the American Museum of Natural History.
Science Explorations is a series of online investigations featuring the latest scientific discoveries of the Museum's experts. Science Explorations is a collaboration between the Museum and Scholastic,
the global children's publishing, education, and media company, created to promote science literacy among students in grades 3 through 10.
Bronx River Restoration
Watch this online video to explore how conservation teams are coaxing new life into the Bronx River as they restock it with native fish, lay down oyster beds, and remove invasive species along its shores.
ONLINE GRADUATE CREDIT COURSES
|Seminars on Science: Take an online science course |
Online courses from the Museum can help you fulfill degree, certification, or professional development requirements.
Seminars on Science offers award-winning online graduate courses in the life, Earth, and physical sciences. Designed by AMNH for K-12 educators, each six-week course immerses the learner in an area of contemporary research. Free sample resources for each coursečincluding essays, videos, and interactive simulationsčare available online. Graduate credit is available from several leading institutions.
Sign up by January 5th for our semester beginning January 15, 2007. For more information and to register, visit our website or email email@example.com.
|OLogy: What's This?|
You're looking at an award plated with gold.
Can you guess what it is?
a. Emmy award
b. Oscar award
c. Olympic medal
d. Kentucky Derby trophy
Visit OLogy to find out!
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