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Climate Change Education Course for High School Teachers

PBS TeacherLine® is offering a new online course for high school teachers, part of its series of professional development resources on climate change developed through a grant from NASA.
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PBS TeacherLine®is offering a new online course for high school teachers, part of its series of professional development resources on climate change developed through a grant from NASA.

STEM 417: Global Climate Change Education for High School” enables educators to teach global climate change using a problem-based approach and STEM methodology to engage high school students and help them understand the causes and effects of climate change. Teachers learn how to integrate dynamic digital media resources from NASA, PBS and other online sites into classroom instruction to capture students’ interest and reinforce academic concepts.

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