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Carbon Crunch

Students work in small groups to determine the main environmental concerns during given periods of history and then... Watch Now

Chips of Trade

Acting as countries in a simulation game, students discuss how resources are inequitably distributed throughout the world and... Watch Now

Crowding Can Be Seedy

A simulation and gardening lab that gives students hands-on experience with the effects of increasing population density.... Watch Now

Demographically Divided World

In small groups, students explore changes in regional fertility rates and life expectancy trends over time and discuss... Watch Now

Earth: The Apple of Our Eye

A visual demonstration of the limited farmland available on Earth (instructor cuts an apple to model available arable... Watch Now

Food for Thought

Acting as the residents of five major regions of the world, students compare various statistics that affect people’s... Watch Now

For the Common Good

In two simulation games, students determine individual short-term consumption strategies that will maximize resources for the entire group.... Watch Now

Global Cents

Students develop budgets to meet the basic needs of an American family and a family in Malawi (a... Watch Now

Go Fish!

Students share a bowl of goldfish crackers to simulate even and uneven consumption of limited resources.... Watch Now

Habitat Scramble

In a role-playing simulation, students act as species in a habitat trying to survive by collecting cards that... Watch Now

How Many Fish in the Sea?

Students estimate a fish population (using goldfish crackers on a flat surface) by sampling.... Watch Now

In Search of Sustainable Life

Students develop an index of the ten factors they identify as most important to a sustainable community and... Watch Now

Like Oil and Water

Students use the engineering design process to create and test prototypes for cleaning up oil spills and rehabilitating... Watch Now

Millions and Billions

Through riddles, an art project, and small group problem solving, students gain an appreciation for large numbers and... Watch Now

Mining for Chocolate

After matching everyday products to their rock or mineral sources, students “mine” chocolate chip cookies to discover the... Watch Now

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