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The content for the National Teacher Leadership Academies on oceans centers on a unit of instruction for teachers to incorporate within their high school biology curriculum to teach students about marine ecology, human impacts on the ocean, and ocean conservation.
Watch this video for highlights from the 2010 summer institute of the National Teacher Leadership Academy program.
The content for the National Teacher Leadership Academies on Europe centers on a unit of instruction about Europe. This unit was designed to be used by teachers and students in Grades 6-8 in a geography, history, or social studies class. The materials guide teachers and students to use maps to think about how borders intersect physical and human geographical features, and how those intersections can lead to cooperation and/or conflict. The unit is not intended to cover an entire course in European physical and human geography; instead, the goal is to help students develop 21st century skills and see maps as tools for understanding our world, using European examples and case studies.
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Geography Education Alliances connect K-12 teachers with university faculty, offering professional development opportunities and promoting improvements in geographic education at state and local levels.
This professional development opportunity engages current K-12 educators in finding new ways to bring geographic awareness and ocean stewardship to their classrooms or informal learning environments through a field-based experience.
Hear about how National Geographic works to support geographic literacy nationwide.
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