With funding from the National Science Foundation, the Center for Essential Science at the University of Michigan has developed an 8-week middle school unit and a 14-week environmental science high school curricular unit focused on climate change and the impacts of climate change. We are currently looking for additional middle and high school teachers who would partner with us to teach these units either this fall or next winter/spring.
Therefore, we invite you and any middle and high school teachers you know to an informational webinar on Thursday, September 27, from 6-8 pm eastern. This webinar will provide a preview of our climate change curricular lessons and laboratories and answer any questions you may have about participation.
If you agree to partner with us in the 2012-2013 academic year, you will receive:
All the necessary supplies to implement the curricular activities and laboratories
Teacher binder and student notebooks for each of your students
Individual teacher and student log-ins with teacher access to all student online responses
A member of our project staff assigned as an individual support person for you and your students
If interested in attending the webinar, please send RSVP email to vanessa peters at: .
For more information including an agenda of the webinar, please go to: www.essentialscience.umich.edu
- Exploring the Environment-Global Climate Change (ETE-GCC) project pilot testing for middle/high school teachers
- Climate Change Teaching Workshop: High School and Community College Instructors
- Webinar on Misconceptions about Climate Change
- Online climate course for elementary school instructors
- UCAR Spark Webinar on Climate Modeling