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Center for Water Studies faculty and staff, with generous financial support from the National Science Foundation, partnered with high school educators from Grossmont Union High School District and Helix Charter High School to create water studies curriculum materials for chemistry, physics, and earth sciences, along with a supplementary Career Exploration module.
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Each module is
4 weeks long
Adaptable to grades 9-12
Contains links to videos, handouts, and materials
Includes materials list for hands on activities
Provides field trips/guest speaker recommendations
These lesson plans were developed by high school STEM teachers from Grossmont Union High School District and Helix Charter High School, with funding and support from a National Science Foundation Grant awarded to the Center for Water Studies at Cuyamaca College.
The Water Transportation (Physics) module focuses on the energy transmittal relating to water supply, flow and distribution. Student will be able to demonstrate how water is distributed across systems while taking in account the range of constraints and consideration of social, cultural, and environmental impacts on the current water supply.
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