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Welcome! The Education Working Group (EdWG) was formed in 2013 to explore the intersections between public lab tools & activities and formal educational environments & grade-specific curriculum standards. Membership in this group is open to all, and largely consists of teachers, professors, as well as people with an interest in education, including the staff of the non-profit of Public Lab. Browse recent work on curricular materials: #education, and subscribe to the education list (in the left-hand column) to get updates. ## Assignments Learn how to post an assignment to PublicLab.org with a "Post a Response" button, and have student's responses collected in your post: https://publiclab.org/wiki/requesting-responses ## Questions [questions:education] ## Resources Check this [wiki](http://publiclab.org/wiki/funding-sources-for-science-teachers) that has some information on funding sources for science teachers. ![PartsNCraftsSpectralTurntable.jpg](https://i.publiclab.org/system/images/photos/000/001/316/medium/PartsNCraftsSpectralTurntable.jpg) ### Join the education mailing list: The welcome message at https://groups.google.com/group/plots-education reads: Welcome to the education working group of the Public Laboratory. One of our main goals is to support K-12 curricular objectives using Public Lab tools. Our first steps to this end include - education calls - researching state curricular objectives - modifying our Public Lab instructions to be both grade level appropriate and align with state objectives Please join this group to get involved. https://groups.google.com/group/plots-education

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