Environmental Health Science Education
Environmental Health Science Education provides scientists and K-12 teachers and students with tools, resources, classroom materials and links to sources of educational resources.
Classroom Activities for Scientists is a selection of activities on toxicology for teachers to present in class. Activities include PDF teacher guides, student worksheets, and other materials.
Lemons and Onions for example, is a hands-on activity in which elementary and middle school students evaluate environmental health problems.
Educational Resources include booklets, factsheets, flyers, interviews with scientists and researchers, news, pamphlets, and videos that help K-12 students understand the connection between the environment and human health.
Integrated Curriculum provides standards-based materials for K-12 that integrate environmental health and biology, health, civics, social studies, math, chemistry, and language arts.
Adventure in Pine Cone Park lets K-4 students adjust the number of pine trees, wind direction, and Chick Chock’s position to observe the effects pollen levels on Chick Chock.
Lesson Resources for Teachers is a collection of booklets, factsheets, flyers, interviews with scientists and researchers, news, pamphlets, and videos for K-12. Some resources duplicate those found under Educational Resources.
Professional Development has information for teachers about workshops across the country and summer research opportunities.
Students supplies homework resources, online activities, and information about summer opportunities.