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Many other videos are available on how to incorporate principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) into your courses:
- Why Earth Science?
- Big Idea 1. Scientists use repeatable observations & testable ideas to understand/explain our planet.
- Big Idea 2. Earth is 4.6 billion years old
- Big Idea 3. Earth is a complex system of interacting rock, water, air, and life
- Big Idea 4. Earth is continuously changing
- Big Idea 5. Earth is the water planet
- Big Idea 6. Life evolves on a dynamic Earth and continuously modifies Earth
- Big Idea 7. Humans depend on Earth for resources
- Big Idea 8. Natural hazards pose risks to humans
- Big Idea 9. Humans significantly alter the Earth