What We Need From You...
We are always looking for North Carolina students to help develop this web site. Send e-mail specifying what areas of science you are interested in and how you would like to help build the site.
Further development of the site will depend on individual programs. Please contact the SSEP site administrator at (919) 286 -1911 to submit any materials you feel would demonstrate your program or would be of benefit to share with others.
Some of the materials we are looking for include:
- Postcards - send us a postcard from your next adventure!
- Web site evaluations - let us add web sites that you find useful to our links page. Have your students evaluate web sites and send us their favorite sites.
- Opinions in Science Education - Do you, or does your program, have strong views about science education? We welcome submissions of opinion pieces for our opinions in science education page.
- News and Features - Has your program accomplished something notable? Please submit this information to be posted on our News and Features page!
- Lesson Plans - Share your most successful lesson plans - let us include them in our archive.
- Pictures and Student Projects - We can link your program description page to samples of student work and pictures of activities. (Be sure to get parent permission for any pictures that you submit, and to send the site administrator copies of the permissions including signatures of parent or guardian (ATTN: SSEP site Administrator, 923 Broad Street, Suite 100, Durham, NC 27705, or fax to 286-7876).
- Calendar Events - Use the calendar to broadcast your programs activities - keep everyone up-to-date on your program's latest projects.
- Message Board - Have you heard about a great new resource? Let everyone know about it by posting a message to our administrator's or our student message boards.
- Interview Scientists - Have your students interview scientists for the career page.
- Watch a Movie - Teach students the value of good research by examining the real science behind popular movie plots. Turn their research into a lesson plan to help build our movie database.