Norwegian Center for Science Education, DAMOCLES
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Teaching Tips | Science | Pedagogy |
- This resource can be used to introduce a discussion of the main consequences of global warming in the Arctic.
About the Science
- While the learning object credits the researchers, it does not include the data or projection sources.
About the Pedagogy
- The animation provides maps for sea ice, shipping routes, permafrost and tree line at several historic and projected time periods.
- Commentary can help set the stage for deeper inquiry through related activities.
- Good graphics and presentation.
Technical Details/Ease of Use
- Requires Flash. Very understandable and easy to use.
- The source website will no longer be updated as of 2010
- The design and maps of this learning object are exemplary. The images can be scaled for projection in a classroom.
- This resource may be embedded in other websites using a Creative Commons License.
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