CLIMATE CHANGEEDUCATIONSCIENCE -- May 2, 2012 at 12:06 PM ET
Recap a Live Chat on How to Teach Climate Change in the Classroom
Watch the full segment on teaching climate change from Wednesday's broadcast above.
Post updated 6 p.m. ET May 3.
For the first time, national science standards will include guidelines on how to teach climate change kindergarten through 12th grade students -- but how will teachers incorporate the subject into the curriculum?
We had more on this struggle Wednesday on the NewsHour, as part of our Coping with Climate Change series.
On Thursday, Hari Sreenivasan chatted here with some of those featured in the broadcast piece. The participants included:
Cheryl Manning, who teaches honors earth science and Advanced Placement environmental science at Evergreen High School in Colorado.
Susan Buhr, education outreach director at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), University of Colorado, Boulder, where she works on professional development and training for teachers on science topics.
Also, check out the creative ways in which some teachers are already teaching climate science.
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Additional Teacher Resources:
- NewsHour Extra Lesson Plan: Are the World's Weather and Climate Changing?