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Extreme Event is an award-winning in-person role-playing game that gives participants a taste of what it takes to build community resilience in the face of disaster. Players work together to make decisions and solve problems during an engaging, fast-faced disaster simulation.
This webinar, hosted by Jeff Thomas, Central Connecticut State University , will explore one-of-seven earth science units for middle school teachers, which focuses on NGSS Disciplinary Core Idea MS ESS2.D, Weather and Climate. This unit, titled "When Air Masses Collide," addresses how air masses are complex weather phenomena and how understanding the dynamics of them can help us predict the weather.
Earth Science Week celebrates the value of Earth science in society and is an opportunity for K–12 educators to engage with the public and their students about today's topics in Earth science. The theme of this year's Earth Science Week is "Earth as Inspiration," which will emphasize the important role of artistic expression in understanding geoscience.
NSTA Position Statement Confronts Challenges of Teaching Climate Change in Nation's Science Classrooms
CLEAN Launches New Climate Literacy Quiz
CLEAN Following on the popularity of its energy literacy quiz , CLEAN has added a climate literacy quiz that steps through the causes of climate change, the scope of today's changes in the context of Earth's recent climate history, effects of climate change, and solutions to climate change.