In partnership with NCSE and GMU, The Alliance for Climate Education is offering a five-part webinar series on teaching climate change through misconception-based learning.

Webinars are led by John Cook, Assistant Professor at the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University and founder of popular website skepticalscience.com, Brad Hoge, Director of Teacher Support at National Center for Science Education, Rebecca Anderson, Director of Education, Alliance for Climate Education, and Master Teachers from around the country who field-tested the curriculum in the 2017-18 school year.

Each webinar focuses on a single NGSS-aligned lesson plan.
For more information, visit: acespace.org

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Lesson 2: Climate Models

Some of the most common climate skeptic arguments focus on climate models. In this lesson, students examine climate model data and learn how climate models are developed, as well as debunk common misconceptions about climate models and their capabilities.