Connecting the science of water to students’ communities
In California and other western states, discussions about water availability and access have become increasingly urgent. Connecting science learning inside the classroom to real issues that affect our students and their families is key to help students see science as a tool to work for change in their communities. Place-based education, which is rooted in historic and Indigenous educational practices, strongly supports these goals. This article describes a place-based high school unit about water.
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