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As part of the InTeGrate program element to
create new teaching materials
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, we are seeking submissions of ideas for the creation of new teaching materials. Use this form to suggest ideas for modules or courses. You may also volunteer to be part of the module development team and you can recommend other authors. (
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We seek ideas for modules or courses that will:
teach one or more geoscience concepts in the context of a societal issue
develop geoscience literacy as defined by the existing geoscience literacy documents (
Earth Science Literacy
Atmospheric Science Literacy
develop students' ability to address interdisciplinary problems
improve student understanding of the process of science and development of geoscientific habits of mind
use authentic geoscience data
develop systems thinking
be adaptable for use in face-to-face, blended, and distance introductory courses of all sizes (including large classes) within a variety of geoscience departments and institutions.
Submissions will be reviewed when development of new courses and modules is being considered. For more information, contact Cathy Manduca.
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Title of Module
Description of this module
Learning objectives addressed by this module
Suggest authors for this module. You may include yourself on this list, but you are not required to do so.
Module authors will be drawn from at least three different institutions, but you are not required to list people from three institutions. This field is optional and is for suggestions only.
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