Earth's global climate is changing, bringing numerous changes to the planet and the organisms that live on it. Scientific instruments around the world show that our global temperature increased by almost 1.5 degrees celsius since the early 20th century. Consequences of this observed warming include substantial melting of glaciers, rising sea levels, and increased risk of drought, wildfires, and plant and animal extinctions. This course integrates content and pedagogical practices that are important for teaching global climate change at the middle school level.
Make sure you are enrolled in the Teaching Global Climate Change in Your Classroom course with National Geographic Society. Visit the National Geographic Society website to enroll in this course.
Number of Units: 3.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for National Geographic Society online course participants, particularly middle school teachers of all subjects. Educators should have some basic background knowledge in science, but in-depth expertise is not necessary. The course is targeted to educators who work with students in grades 5-9, but could be applicable at all grade levels.
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