Most of these lessons and web resources come from the National Science Digital Library (NSDL) – an online library of resources for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.
Several USAP-associated agencies provide Antarctic educational tools for teachers and students.
Teachers Experiencing Antarctica
Accounts of K-12 teachers who have gone to Antarctica through the help of Rice University to work closely with scientists.
New Booklet About Modern Antarctic Science
The NSF's Office of Polar Programs is making available a new full-color, extensively illustrated booklet that highlights the variety of cutting-edge science conducted in Antarctica. The booklet, which is available online, is aimed primarily at a middle school audience and is designed to be useful as supplementary material for classroom teachers in a variety of subjects.
The Ice Drilling Program Office has launched a new educational and outreach site that provides cutting-edge information based on current ice core research for educators, students and the public.
Life at a Remote Field Camp
Watch a video podcast that shows what it's like to live more than 900 miles from McMurdo Station in West Antarctica.
Long Term Ecological Research
Palmer LTER Education and Outreach has partnerships and collaborates with universities, schools, science museums, aquariums, nonprofit organizations, corporations and public agencies.
Six educators from the multi-national ARISE (ANDRILL Research Immersion for Science Educators) team brought exciting science to the world during the October-January 2006 drilling season.
The WAIS Website
The West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) initiative is a multidisciplinary study of rapid climate change and future sea level.