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Climate, Water and Resilience Educator Guide

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Educators: To get your copy of this educator guide, contact your local Coordinator to attend a workshop. For more information, please contact the Project WET Foundation headquarters at wetusa@projectwet.org.

Climate change is a complex topic that can be intimidating to teach. However, understanding climate, and specifically the way that climate is changing, is crucial to making informed decisions and building resilience. This guide helps educators teach middle school and high school aged students about climate and climate change using nine interactive, objective, science-based activities that students will enjoy. All activities are correlated to NGSS and Common Core Math and ELA standards. To further enhance your climate curriculum, the guide also includes suggested adaptations to use fourteen additional activities from the Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide 2.0 and the Guide 1.0 (activities not included) to teach about climate.

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Topic(s) Water Quality, Water Conservation, Watersheds, Sanitation and Hygiene, Oceans, Natural Disasters, General Water
Subject(s) Math, Technology, Health, Social Studies, Language Arts, Science, Geography, Economics, Environmental Education, Arts, P.E., Civics/Government
Grade Level(s) Middle School, High School, Professional Development
Language(s) English
Page Count 128
ISBN 978-1-950726-04-2
Inside Full Color
Standards Correlation Common Core English Language Arts, Common Core Math, Next Generation Science Standards