Course Information Introduction to Climate Science is a self-directed online course with five modules that cover:climate terminology and reconstructionnatural climate factorshow human activity can influence weather and climatemeasurement and interpretation of recent climate trendsand climate projections. After completing the course, you should have a better understanding of climate terminology and be better prepared to process and interpret climate information as it is discussed in the literature and in the media.
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This Beginner Computer Science course will equip participants in 3rd-10th grade with a basic understanding of operating a computer, basic programming skills, and navigating websites.
This course is designed for 4-H and FFA members participating in livestock projects. The primary objectives are to enable students to understand the relationship between good character and safe food practices and to apply knowledge regarding the ethical implications of livestock-raising decisions.
Circle time, or large group time, is when children come together to learn and have fun, solve problems, and be part of a community. This setting helps children begin to look at the world from the perspective of ‘we’ and ‘ours’. Circle time experiences, transitions and strategies for keeping children engaged are introduced.
This level 2 curriculum for the Junior Master Gardener program combines the teacher/leader guide with reproducible pages for young participants.
While following the continuing saga of the evil Dr. Thistle and his plot to rule the earth’s ecosystems, students in grades 6-8 can learn important lessons on soils and water.
This guide is designed to facilitate the teaching and learning of parliamentary procedure for FFA, in agreement with Robert’s Rules of Order.