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  • Tips and Tricks for Teachers

    By Laura Faye Tenenbaum,
    NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    This three-page, interactive PDF file gives step-by-step instructions for six ways to use NASA’s Global Climate Change Website in your classroom.

    The following National Science Education Content Standards are applicable to all activities:

    • Unifying Concepts and Processes:

      K-12, Change, Constancy and Measurement; Evidence, Models and Explanation

    • A - Science as Inquiry:

      K-12, Understandings about Scientific Inquiry

    • D - Earth and Space Science:

      K-4, Changes in Earth;
      5-8, Earth’s History;
      9-12, Energy in the Earth System

    • E - Science and Technology:

      K-12 Understanding about Science and Technology

    • F- Science in Personal/Social Perspective:

      K-4, Changes in Environments;
      5-8, Environments, Sci/Tech in Society;
      9-12 Environmental Quality, Natural and Human Induced Hazards, Sci/Tech in global Challenges

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  • Tips and Tricks for New Media Users

    Use this handy guide to find NASA Earth science images, animations and videos for use in the classroom.

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