Are you interested in using the CE3 curriculum? Fill out the form below to receive the password for the Teacher's Guide and additional information about the curriculum. We will send updates to you as new versions of the curriculum become available. Thanks, -The CE3 Team
Registration Form for CE3 Curriculum
To access the curriculum, click on the links to the right. The curriculum is broken into three different modules, and each module is broken into three investigations. All necessary curriculum resources can be found under each module link.
Post Curriculum Survey. If you have finished with the CE3 Curriculum, please take a few minutes to fill out the post-implementation survey (click on link below). We will use your feedback to help make modifications to the curriculum.
Click Here to Take Post CE3 Curriculum Survey
The primary goal of the Cyber-Enabled Earth Exploration Project is to develop and pilot test new, technology-embedded, inquiry-based, curricular materials for middle school science classes for the purpose of improving student engagement and achievement in science and technology. Each module is initiated by an authentic research experience in science and incorporates the use of Google Earth as a transformative data collection and analysis tool that builds student:
- interest and engagement in earth systems science
- content knowledge in earth systems science
- technical skills using Google Earth and other internet-based resources
- geographic awareness
- critical thinking, writing, and math skills
- science argumentation skills
- self-efficacy in science and technology
- science identity, and
- understanding of the role of technology in science
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation, Grant No. 0918683.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.