Chemistry

Chemistry

Deanna Devore, Kate Fanelli, and Caryn Flowers, teachers at the high school at Beacon Day Treatment Center in River Rouge, MI, developed a year-long interdisciplinary module on the topic of climate change, entitled "A Multidisciplinary Study of Climate Change."  To view the module, please click HERE.   Within this module are five multi-week units:


Wanda Bryant , chemistry teacher at Henry Ford High School in Detroit, has created a module examining the properties of gases and gas laws, the electromagnetic spectrum and remote sensing, greenhouse gases and climate change, and ends with students examining ways to mitigate climate change. Inquiry and content area literacy strategies are incorporated throughout to meet the needs of all learners and math skills utilized to deepen understanding of scientific content.  To view the module, in its entirely, please click HERE.   To download the individual units on remote sensing and climate change, please click on the links below:


Amanda Laidlaw, a teacher at John Glenn High School in Westland, MI .  has developed a six-week module on the topic of local climate change. To view the module, please click HERE . Within this module is a 6-day unit on local climate climate, followed by a 4 day unit on using models to predict climate change . To view these units, please click on the links below:
Danielle Sciatto and Tim Harris, Biology and Chemistry teachers, at the Marvin L. Winans Academy of Performing Arts in Detroit, MI have developed a three week interdisciplinary module on the topic of climate change and the environment. To view the module, please click HERE. Please click on the links below to view the individual units by content area:
Marc Drougel, Chemistry teacher at Monroe High School in Monroe, MI has developed a four week module on the topic of petroleum and climate change. To view the module, please click HERE.   Within this module, entitled "Petroleum and Climate Change," is a nine day unit on the topic of climate change mechanism, evidences, and uncertainty. To view this unit, please click on the link below:
Climate Change--Mechanism, Evidences, and Uncertainty