Program Helps & Classroom IdeasAlso look at our Links and Resources pages in the CMMAP Learn About pages. Colorado Global Climate Conference (CGCC) &
Front Range Teen Science Cafés
2013 marked the end of our Colorado Global Climate Conferences and 2014 marked the beginning of our new Front Range Teen Science Cafés. Please visit the links to these two great programs. Climate Change: Simple, Serious, Solvable
A 60 minute presentation by CMMAP Science and Education Directory Scott Denning given October 29, 2012 at the Colorado Global Climate Conference for high school students and their teachers. In Windows Media format. Teaching Weather and Climate
Our premier courses for science teachers. These yearly courses are offered in the summer. Information on the next course and resources from past courses can be found here. NSTA - CMMAP Webinars
The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) has hosted a series of webinars led by CMMAP scientists for secondary science teachers.
Hands-on investigations from CMMAP and Colorado State University's Little Shop of Physics.
Here is the Website containing Materials from the 2006-2007 teacher workshops. Support and Resources for Teachers
A printable PDF brochure (7MB) with information to help teachers and students reach for the sky. Download to learn more about about CMMAP science education resources and activities. Art and Culture in Clouds, Weather and Climate
A great site brought to us by the folks at Windows to the Universe for teachers and parents. Teacher Links from the Community Learning Network
These pages provide links to global warming/climate change information including curricular resources, hands on experiments, instructional materials
and lesson plans for elementary through high school levels. Environmental Protection Agency's Climate Change Pages
This excellent web site provides information on climate change, wildlife, and wildlands. It includes downloadable and free, interpretive kits which include a video, trail cards, global warming wheel card, and a CD-ROM, which contains fact sheets, brochures that can be ordered, case studies, sample trail talk outlines, visual aids, and a number of interactive activities. The tools are geared toward people of all ages to serve the needs of the diverse groups that visit parks and refuges.
Here's their site for kids. Some Books Teaching Clouds, Climate & Weather
Current Workshops & ConferencesChanging Climates / 100 Views of Climate Change
Whether you're a teacher, a student, or just an interested citizen, you'll find useful materials here in the form of videos, books, articles and links to websites on climate change issues. Changing Climates / 100 Views of Climate Change website Past Events, Workshops & Conferences
... may be found here
Opportunities For Your StudentsThere are many opportunties available to students of all ages.