|Teaching Great Lakes Science|
|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
The Teaching Great Lakes Science website features a suite of lessons, activities and data sets all focused on various scientific aspects of the Great Lakes. Throughout the website, you will find usable data sets, an overview of teaching methods, and ready-to-go lessons and activities. Any of these resources may be easily incorporated into formal and informal educational settings and many are multidisciplinary. All the lessons, activities, teacher tools and data sets are free.
Throughout the site, content is organized into easy-to-navigate modules that allow you to work through a complete module or mix and match based on your needs. Educators can browse by type or resource (i.e., lesson vs. data set), broad-concept topic (i.e., earth science) or by specific topic (i.e., climate change). Grade levels are highlighted after the title of each lesson.
Three Main Components
1. Lessons and Activities
2. Data Sets
3. Guided Inquiry
This website is part of a research and education effort supported by Michigan Sea Grant (University of Michigan and Michigan State University), the Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS), Eastern Michigan University, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence-Great Lakes and the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
For more information visit http://www.greatlakeslessons.com
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