Teacher Submitted Lesson Plans

TROP ICSU welcomes contributions to our suite of pedagogical resources that can be used to teach topics in the high school and undergraduate curriculum through climate-related examples.

Here are some Lesson Plans developed by some of the participants of TROP ICSU workshops. More Teacher submitted Lesson Plans are getting added to the suit.
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Lesson Plans contributed by teachers or based upon ideas submitted by teachers

As a High School or introductory Undergraduate Environmental Sciences or Chemistry or Earth Sciences teacher, you can use this lesson plan to teach your students about Earth’s carbon cycle, its role in Earth’s climate, its
As a high school or introductory undergraduate Chemistry or Environmental Sciences teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to help you in teaching the basics of electrochemistry and how the application of electrolysis
As a high school Physics teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to help you in teaching about power, energy, and dynamics through the design and function of a wind turbine. This lesson
As a high school or introductory undergraduate Biological Sciences teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach about insect pollination and the impact of climate change on pollinators, pollinator systems and food
As a high school Mathematics teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to help you in teaching Formula Substitution in algebra after introducing formulas, numbers, variables, and constants. Global warming due to fossil
As a high school Geography, Humanities or Social Sciences teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to help you in teaching about human-induced (anthropogenic) environmental changes that challenge sustainability and could be responsible
As a high school or undergraduate Biological Sciences teacher, you can use this set of computer-based tools to teach about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), their genetic make-up and application in agriculture and industry. This lesson
As a high school or introductory undergraduate Chemistry, Geography or Earth Sciences teacher, you can use this set of tools to teach about the water cycle- its components, the distribution of natural water resources on
As an Undergraduate Humanities (Cultural Studies; Literature; History) teacher, you can use this lesson plan as part of a course in Environmental Geography, Environmental History, General Criticism and Critical Theory. ‘The Great Derangement: Climate Change
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