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    • Polar Bears in a Changing Climate Julene Reed Director of Academic Technology St. George’s Independent School Collierville, Tennessee Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Teacher/Administrator STAR Discovery Educator
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      • Curricular and Interdisciplinary
      • Collaborative
      • Focus on Authentic, Real–World Problems
      • Teachers Learn with Students
      • 24/7 Access to Information and Resources
      • Action–Based with Solutions (Local/Global)
      • With Technology, Students Create/Publish
      • to a Global Audience
      • Curricular and Interdisciplinary
      • Collaborative
      • Focus on Authentic, Real–World Problems
      • Teachers Learn with Students
      • 24/7 Access to Information and Resources
      • Action–Based with Solutions (Local/Global)
      • With Technology, Students Create/Publish
      • to a Global Audience
      • Curricular and Interdisciplinary
      • Collaborative
      • Focus on Authentic, Real–World Problems
      • Teachers Learn with Students
      • 24/7 Access to Information and Resources
      • Action–Based with Solutions (Local/Global)
      • With Technology, Students Create/Publish
      • to a Global Audience
      • Curricular and Interdisciplinary
      • Collaborative
      • Focus on Authentic, Real–World Problems
      • Teachers Learn with Students
      • 24/7 Access to Information and Resources
      • Action–Based with Solutions (Local/Global)
      • With Technology, Students Create/Publish
      • to a Global Audience
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    • The Changing Climate Big Idea
    • How does climate change impact animal habitats and their environment? How do our actions impact the world? Essential Questions
    • Related Challenges: Challenge One: Raise awareness about the effects of climate changeon polar bear habitat (and the polar bears). Challenge Two: Reduce your carbon footprint either at home, at school, or in your community.
    • Guiding Questions Students  generate  guiding  questions  related  to  the  challenge (and  the  big  idea  and   essential  question). These  questions  will  guide  their  activities, resource  utilization, solutions, and action plans.
    • Guiding Activities and Resources Students  conduct research related  to  the guiding questions. Students conduct related or necessary experiments and investigations. Students contact experts to further investigate their guiding questions and collaboratively determine solutions and action plans.
    • Sample Questions What are some sources of CO2? How does CO2 cause the earth to warm? What is happening to polar bear habitat, and why is it happening? How are polar bears being affected? What changes have been observed? What are some things people are doing to reduce their carbon footprint?
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    • Assessment Ongoing Dynamic Process Student Involvement Online Rubric Resources Presentation to Peers Reflection (oral or written)
    • Local or Global Actions
    • Solutions Creative Solutions Student–designed Technology Utilization to Publish to Global Audience
    • Publishing with Technology
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      • Creativity and Innovation
      • Communication and Collaboration
      • Research and Information Fluency
      • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving,
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      • Digital Citizenship
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    • Polar Bears in a Changing Climate Julene Reed Director of Academic Technology St. George’s Independent School Collierville, Tennessee Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Teacher/Administrator STAR Discovery Educator