Each Teaching Toolkit consists of a set of pedagogical tools and a write-up, packaged in the form of a typical lesson plan with a step-by- step guide. The content in a Teaching Toolkit describes how a topic in a particular discipline (such as Blackbody Radiation in Physics, Carbon Compounds in Chemistry, or Species and Speciation in Biology) can be taught by using examples, case studies, and exercises related to climate change.

Educators can use these Teaching Toolkits as supplementary aids or can integrate the Teaching Toolkits with their existing lesson plans.

A typical Teaching Toolkit may consist of –

An introductory video micro-lecture, A laboratory/classroom  activity,

Reading material, Additional resources for further exploration of the topic

The toolkit can also be used by students for independent learning. Teaching Toolkits are categorized on the basis of Discipline and Climate Topic. Explore the entire set of Teaching Toolkits on our Portal.