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Nice PostcardNICE consists of 71 education projects across the country that promote climate and Earth system science literacy using NASA's Earth observation data and Earth system models to reach teachers and students. The NICE projects advance understanding of how to effectively teach global climate change concepts, increase climate literacy, and contribute to the development of a diverse future workforce in climate-related sciences.

As part of their efforts, they are offering the opportunities for teachers shown below. More opportunities will be published on this page as they become available. So please check back often!

Also, don’t miss our collection of reviewed and searchable educational materials and our collection of climate related data links that are appropriate for use by teachers

 Opportunities for Teachers

A New Educator Professional Development Series

MUREP-NICE invites
you to come "hang out" with us online every third Thursday of the month from 4-5pm (ET) to
learn about climate related issues and resources for use in the
Tentative Schedule:
OCTOBER 17: Earth’s Energy Budget/Student Cloud Observations On-line: S’COOL.
NOVEMBER 21: Climate Change Summary: What We Know and How We Know It
JANUARY 16: Impacts of Climate Change/ The GLOBE Program: Green-Up
Click here for information about obtaining a certificate of participation.
The link below will be activated 15 minutes prior to each “Ask NICE” session:
Click here to connect to the Ask NICE Hangout.

NASA Educator Resource Center (ERC) at the Virginia Air and Space Center is open Monday-Saturday 10-5
The ERC provides Educators with FREE instructional information, materials, consultations and training workshops on NASA educational products for all grade levels. The ERC for Virginia is located at the Virginia Air and Space Center in Hampton. For information about other ERCs, visit For more information about the Virginia ERC, visit or call (757)-727-0900 ext. 757.


Featured Resource

ASDC -The Atmospheric Science Center at NASA Langley Research Center specializes in atmospheric data important to understanding the causes and processes of global climate change and the consequences of human activities on the climate. Access data by description, discipline or project name.

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