On the Cutting Edge - Professional Development for Geoscience Faculty
Teaching Climate Change: Lessons from the Past
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Contribute Teaching Materials


For each of the On the Cutting Edge workshops, we create collections of relevant teaching materials that are contributed by faculty and students, as well as resources that are collected by our staff. Please help us in our efforts to distribute quality teaching materials by sharing activities that you have created or references that you use. Your contributions will help make these collections rich and diverse, and we encourage you to add the resources that you have developed or the tools that you use.


Course Descriptions

Tell us about how you teach your course about climate science, climatology, paleoclimatology or global climate change. You will be asked about the format, goals, content and assessment of your course, and you can upload your syllabus and other materials. View the collection of courses.

Activities and classroom materials

Contribute projects, debates, assignments or lab activities. You will be asked several questions about how you use the teaching activity and you will be able to upload your files. View the collection of classroom activities.

Visualizations

Upload your own visualization that you use to teach concepts relating to climate science, climatology, paleoclimatology or global climate change. You will be asked about the format, goals, content and assessment of your course, and you can upload your syllabus and other materials . Please be sure you hold the copyright on these items or have obtained proper permission to upload items. If you wish to share a visualization that is not your own, please do as a web or print reference. You can also view the current collection of Climate visualizations.

References: maps, books, articles, websites, databases, tools

If you have a favorite website, book, tool, article, or map to recommend to your colleagues for teaching about climate change, let us know about it. These could include data sets, reports, visualizations or other materials.


Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska. Click to enlarge. Satellite image by GeoEye.


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