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Teaching Climate Change for Grades 6–12
Teaching Climate Change for Grades 6–12

Teaching Climate Change for Grades 6–12

Empowering Science Teachers to Take on the Climate Crisis Through NGSS
Kelley T. Le
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Teaching Climate Change for Grades 6–12

Empowering Science Teachers to Take on the Climate Crisis Through NGSS
Kelley T. Le
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Looking to tackle climate change and climate science in your classroom? This timely and insightful book supports and enables secondary science teachers to develop effective curricula ready to meet the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) by grounding their instruction on the climate crisis.

Nearly one-third of the secondary science standards relate to climate science, but teachers need design and implementation support to create empowering learning experiences centered around the climate crisis. Experienced science educator, instructional coach, and educational leader Dr. Kelley T. Le offers this support, providing an overview of the teaching shifts needed for NGSS and to support climate literacy for students via urgent topics in climate science and environmental justice – from the COVID-19 pandemic to global warming, rising sea temperatures, deforestation, and mass extinction. You'll also learn how to engage the complexity of climate change by exploring social, racial, and environmental injustices stemming from the climate crisis that directly impact students.

By anchoring instruction around the climate crisis, Dr. Le offers guidance on how to empower students to be the agents of change needed in their own communities. A range of additional teacher resources are also available at www.empoweredscienceteachers.com.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2021
ISBN
9781000402933
Topic
Education
Subtopic
Teaching Science & Technology
Edition
1

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