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Looking for easy-to-implement learning activities that will get your students exploring connections to nature and their communities this Earth Day? Better yet, want tips on how to take these lessons outside?
With our agricultural footprint ever-expanding, how do we feed 8 billion people in a way that is environmentally sustainable?
World population hit 8 billion in November 2022. This is an opportunity for authentic learning on population growth and demographic trends.
Teach global topics in your elementary classroom with activities that also help your students practice the five SEL competencies.
Perfect materials for celebrating a globally-minded Earth Day, and beyond!
Not only can air pollution be investigated in local and global contexts, but a cross-curricular study of air pollution integrates 21st century skills into high school classrooms.
Learn fun and memorable ways for teaching about human impacts on ecosystems that are scalable for middle and high school grades.
Innovative lessons that use modeling to explore and help us understand environmental phenomenon and future eco-challenges.
From the movement of people and cultures, to drivers of international trade, to the complex environmental challenges that bind us all - global connections abound.
Lessons and materials for teaching about the connection between Earth's water and human population in grades 4-12.
This teacher webinar covers one of the most fundamental, yet complex questions of demographics: Why do populations grow?
Teaching about the census is a great opportunity for social studies and real-world math. Get ideas for teaching the census in your virtual classroom!
A must-watch webinar for teachers of any grade, K-12. Great ideas for meaningful and memorable experiences to promote environmental stewardship.
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