Resources for Educators
- The Story After the Storm Series
- The Story After the Storm series examines the aftermath of Duluth's 2012 flood.
- COSEE Great Lakes
- Advancing Great Lakes and ocean science education by developing partnerships between scientists and educators.
- Water on the Web
- This is a Web-based national curriculum for colleges and high schools that provides real data, primers, data interpretation, Geographic Information Systems tools, and more.
- LakeSuperiorStreams.org educational resources
- An awareness of watershed processes can begin at an early age. The curricula provided by LakeSuperiorStreams.org will assist you in preparing lessons for pre-school through highschool students.
- Partners in Education Program
- This collaboration between Minnesota Sea Grant and the Great Lakes Aquarium enables University of Minnesota Duluth education students to volunteer to work with education professionals.
- A-maze-ing Lake Superior
- Twenty-nine activities about Lake Superior for kids and adults ages 8 and up. Includes mazes, word puzzles, and fun facts!
- The Great Lakes Basin - maps
- Five 12x16 maps of each Great Lake and its basin, complete with additional information. A sixth map opens to 17x22" and features the entire Great Lakes System.
- Listening to the Lake
- Keep in touch with what's going on with Lake Superior with this collection of short informational radio broadcasts.
- The Lake Superior Game
- In this game designed for groups, a bucket of water representing Lake Superior either gradually becomes polluted and depleted, or not, depending upon the choices made by players.
- Exploring Science Writing: An Environmental Focus
- Ideal for grade 8-12 classes in English, journalism, and science, this workbook includes assignments and various writings about science and natural resources.