Using Bloom’s Verbs, Wikipedia, and Bartleby, you can help develop a student's higher-order thinking!
If you’re like me, your life tends to be filled with a sort of controlled chaos. Throughout my teaching career, my classroom always seemed like it teetered on the brink of falling apart. My life as a parent usually feels the same — and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Looking to make climate change and proxy data hands on and accessible to students? Then this is the lesson for you!
In this mini-lesson, students will use simulated ice cores to make hands-on measurements and observations to help them construct an understanding of how scientists use proxy data as evidence of climate change.