Teaching Phenomena-Based Earth & Space Science

In this session, we explore a wide variety of science phenomena from high school earth and space science and how to apply these to hands-on science lessons. Utilizing resources from National Geographic and the new Earth & Space Science program, we’ll show how images, videos, and hands-on demonstrations connect students to phenomena and standards-based learning (including NGSS). Lesson ideas and teaching strategies will be appropriate for distance learning and classroom instruction.

Mark Hoffman

Senior Product Marketing Manager, K-12 Science
National Geographic Learning | Cengage

Debbie Leister

Customer Success Consultant
National Geographic Learning | Cengage

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In this session, we explore a wide variety of science phenomena from high school earth and space science and how to apply these to hands-on science lessons. Utilizing resources from National Geographic and the new Earth & Space Science program, we’ll show how images, videos, and hands-on demonstrations connect students to phenomena and standards-based learning (including NGSS). Lesson ideas and teaching strategies will be appropriate for distance learning and classroom instruction.

In this webinar replay, you will:

  • Get lesson ideas and strategies to meet specific Earth and Space Science standards
  • Receive tips you can use right now to incorporate phenomena-based lessons with students
  • Learn how to implement hands-on labs from the National Geographic Earth and Space Science program
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