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These six interdisciplinary lesson plans were edited and approved by National Geographic Xpeditions and Union of Concerned Scientists, are standards-based (including Next Generation Science Standards), and help students master the requisite background information on global climate change processes, the importance of the Arctic to global climate, the potential effects of global warming in the Arctic, and consider what could/should be done in response. They link to past Will Steger Foundation Arctic Expedition blogs and audio archives and are free for download. This curriculum was revised in 2014.

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Date Of Record Release 2015-04-24 15:04:31
Description These six interdisciplinary lesson plans were edited and approved by National Geographic Xpeditions and Union of Concerned Scientists, are standards-based (including Next Generation Science Standards), and help students master the requisite background information on global climate change processes, the importance of the Arctic to global climate, the potential effects of global warming in the Arctic, and consider what could/should be done in response. They link to past Will Steger Foundation Arctic Expedition blogs and audio archives and are free for download. This curriculum was revised in 2014.
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Keyword Climate Change, Curricula
Date Of Record Creation 2015-04-24 14:55:20
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Date Last Modified 2015-04-24 15:04:31
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2015-04-24 14:55:20 (W3C-DTF)

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