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The Climate Discovery Teacher's GuideMiddle School Teacher's GuideEach unit in this teacher's guide contains lessons appropriate for grades 5-9 on a variety of Earth Systems science topics that facilitate student learning about our planet's climate system
Climate Change: NASA’s Eye on the PlanetResource for Everyone
The changes we are witnessing in our climate affect every person on Earth. NASA satellites, air-borne sensors, balloons, rockets and other programs in the field are taking measurements so that scientists can study various ways the Earth is changing. Every world citizen should have an understanding about the human and natural factors that contribute to climate change and how climate change can affect our lives in the future.
Includes activities/labs, assessments, data sets, problem based learning, web resources, and reference articlesFor Students:Kid friendly climate site
Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN)Teacher Resource
Explore the reviewed collection of educational resources. Learn how you
can build your students' understanding of the core ideas in climate and
Facing the Future
Offers Free Grades 6-8 Climate Change Curriculum Unit. The “Climate
Change: Connections and Solutions” two-week curriculum unit for Grades
6-8 encourages students to think critically about climate change and to
collaborate in devising solutions. The free unit includes hands-on
activities, student readings, homework assignments, reproducible
handouts and assessments for gauging progress.
Information for Educators at GlobalChange.govTeacher ResourceClimate Literacy: The Essential Principles of Climate Science is an interagency guide that provides a framework and essential principles for formal and informal education about climate change. It presents important information for individuals and communities to understand Earth's climate, impacts of climate change, and approaches for adapting and mitigating change. Principles in the guide can serve as discussion starters or launching points for scientific inquiry. The guide can also serve educators who teach climate science as part of their science curricula.
Teach the Earth, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College
the Earth is a portal into the rich geoscience education content
available through dozens of independent project websites. The Teach the
Earth portal is a handful of web pages which can help guide you through
this diverse array of sites. It includes a search interface spanning all
the projects, and a set of site guides which highlight key resources
within these project websites.