Biodiversity Counts
(American Museum of Natural History)

Biodiversity Counts is a group of supplementary curriculum materials for middle schools developed by the National Center for Science Literacy, Education, and Technology of the American Museum of Natural History, New York that can be used in conjunction with a core life science curriculum or other biodiversity and environmental curriculum materials. It is an inquiry-based program grounded in hands-on science education that promotes collaborative learning.

Barbara was a member of the development team (link) and wrote the Doing Science essays (link) and profiles of AMNH scientists (link)


Mars Gazette
(American Museum of Natural History)

News about the planet Mars and the Mars missions, from the American Museum of Natural History, for use in classrooms as well as by school and individual visitors to the  Rose Center for Earth and Space.









News Releases


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