In preparation for the 2015 Summit, institutions and organizations were asked to profile the kinds of resources they had that could be of use in helping implement the Earth and space science part of the NGSS. Remembering that the NGSS-ESS consists of 3 main sections: Earth's Place in the Universe, Earth's Systems, & Earth and Human Activity, organizations provided information about their resources in several topical areas. To browse through resources for a particular topical area, click on the relevant term in the listing at the right side of the page.
At present, only Summit participants can view the full profiles for each organization. We will be working with the participants to finish and publish their profiles publicly.
If you would like to profile your organization's resources for helping to implement the NGSS, fill out this information form to generate your profile.
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Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy
Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy educates and empowers people to engage in solutions to climate change.
National Speleological Society
The National Speleological Society (NSS) is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the scientific study of caves and karst; protecting caves and their natural contents through conservation, ownership, stewardship, and public education; and promoting responsible cave exploration and fellowship among those interested in caves.
NASA Langley Research Center SD EPO
As an interdisciplinary team of educators, scientists, technology experts and communications specialists we collaborate with the education community to bring authentic Earth science practices and real-world data into the classroom. We provide the public with unique NASA experiences, engaging activities, and advanced technology. Our products are developed and reviewed by science and education experts. Our goals include inspiring the next generation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) professionals and improving STEM literacy by providing innovative participation pathways for educators, students, and the public.
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
Basic and applied research in solid earth, climate, atmosphere, ocean and environmental science.
Climate Interactive creates interactive, scientifically rigorous tools that help people see connections, play out scenarios, and see what works to address the biggest challenges we face.
Association for Science Teacher Education
The Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) promotes leadership and support for professionals involved in the education and development of teachers of science at all levels. ASTE advances practice and policy through scholarship, collaboration, and innovation in science teacher education across the world.
American Museum of Natural History
To discover, interpret, and disseminate—through scientific research and education—knowledge about human cultures, the natural world, and the universe.
Council of State Science Supervisors
CSSS is the only professional science organization whose members have direct accountability to the government agencies given the constitutional authority for education. Within their own jurisdictions, each of these supervisors plays a key role in directing effort at improving school science and to ensure excellence and equity in science education. CSSS can offer state and national organizations a direct science education link to every school building in their state or territory. These science supervisors can provide information on the types of science programs their schools are using and how well each of the programs are working in their state. Most of the members serve on the state science teacher's organizational boards and are on a first name basis with their leaders. The Council members are proactive change agents in science for their state. Their responsibilities link the Council members by leadership and service to a broad constituency.
International Association for Geoscience Diversity
The IAGD mission is to improve access to the geosciences for individuals with disabilities and promote communities of research, instruction and student support.