This module has been successfully used in majors-level geoscience courses at a comprehensive university in the Pacific Northwest and an R1 University in the midwest.
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Webinar about teaching this module: Engaging Undergraduates with the Data Behind Melting Ice and Changing Sea Levels
Bruce Douglas: Climate Change Science at Indiana University
. This is an upper-division course intended for majors within the department as well as students from other science majors. The GETSI module was taught over a two-week interval following the mid-term exam and provided a change in the routine of the course. The material was presented by a guest faculty member as the module was not part of the normal topics included in the course.
Susan Kaspari: Climate Variability and Climate Change at Central Washington University
. This is a majors-level climate course at a comprehensive university. Susan found that doing the stakeholder analysis helped students put a human face on the consequences of sea-level rise, whereas working with the geodetic data helped them discover a lot more about the relative contributions of thermal expansion, glacier and ice mass loss, and changes in land water storage to sea-level rise. Many students were surprised by the results.