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Teaching Phenomena-Based Earth Science Using the Geology of Yellowstone: National Geographic Learning's Virtual Learning Series
In this session, we will explore a wide variety of earth science phenomena and how to apply these to high school earth science lessons. We’ll take a tour of some of the unique geologic features of Yellowstone National Park and provide examples of how this diverse ecosystem can be used as the basis for many phenomena-based lessons to meet several high school Next Generation Science Standards. Yellowstone is not just geysers and hot springs; there are opportunities to explore earthquakes, extreme biological life forms, and wildfire in the context of earth science instruction.

In this webinar, you will:
• Get lesson ideas and strategies to meet specific NGSS Earth Science
• Receive suggestions for using Yellowstone National Park for phenomena-
based lessons
• See examples of how to implement related labs from the National
Geographic Earth and Space Science program

May 6, 2021 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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