Smithsonian Science Education Center provides science education leadership development to:
Build awareness for science education among leaders;
Help develop science education leadership for groups from school districts and states;
Conduct programs that support the professional growth of teachers; and
Develop exemplary science instructional materials.
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From the art world to the zoo, from underwater to outer space, from current problems to future solutions, your students will have the freedom to explore their interests and make connections across subjects. They’ll develop skills and enhance their learning through discovery, while earning digital badges as credentials along the way.
Spark at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) helps to connect the advances and innovations developed at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the UCAR Member Universities to the needs and priorities of a diverse people by helping them to learn, understand, and apply these advances and innovations.
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