Bye, Bye, Birdie
Students determine a list of criteria to use when deciding the fate of endangered species, then conduct research on a specific species and create a presentation justifying its protection.
Everything is Connected
Students create a concept map in cooperative learning groups to display cause and effect relationships between population, the natural world, and human society.
Our Earth, Ourselves
Students create flowcharts that link environmental issues with human health issues.
Growing Up Healthy
Through playing a board game, students are presented with various health-related scenarios that can hurt or help child health and then discuss which public health measures are most effective in keeping people healthy.
In small groups, students take on the role of real-world migrants and take turns in the “hot seat” to answer questions about their unique journey.
People On the Move
Students participate in a “push/pull” simulation to identify reasons people migrate from one place to another and analyze the similarities and differences between two real-world migrations.