Using Digital Assets Individually
Each of these interactives, videos, images, and presentations created for this site can be used in a number of ways.
- You can incorporate them into lesson plans you have already developed.
- You can excerpt parts of them to be used with your students.
- You can use them as the basis for new lesson plans.
- Students can use them in presentations or electronic reports.
|A Blood Feast
|Images that show mosquitoes (malarial vector insects) in action as they bite humans Details
|A animation that traces the life cycle of the Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite that travels between mosquitoes and their victims, causing malaria Details
|History of a Lethal Disease
|A narrated PowerPoint presentation that tracks malaria from its beginnings to current day status as a dangerous disease that threatens between 300 and 500 million people around the world Details
|Changing Climate, Changing Habitats
|A video that explains how a changing climate affects animal habitats, changing their population patterns around the world Details
|Tracking Temperature Trends
|An interactive that helps students examine and analyze temperature data to find trends Details
|The Carbon Cycle
|A narrated slide show that looks at this biogeochemical cycle by which carbon atoms circulate through our atmosphere Details
|The Greenhouse Effect
|An interactive that lets students manipulate the amount of CO2 in the Earth's atmosphere to see its effects Details
|Molecules on the Move: Greenhouse Gases
|A presentation that lets students look at the ways some greenhouse gas molecules behave Details
|Fossil Fuel and Fiery Future
|An audio podcast that explores the past, present, and future of fossil fuels - how they were made, where they exist, and why current usage is upsetting an age-old process Details
|What We do Now...
|An interactive that helps students examine the ways human activities impact the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere Details