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Resource Image Podcast: Coral Reef Ecosystems: Coral Reef Teaching Resources
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Grade Level: Elementary School, High School, Informal Education, Middle School

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The Podcast: Coral Reef Ecosystems : Coral Reef Teaching Resources is a segment of the Web Seminar NOAA: Coral Reef Ecosystems II, May 8, 2008. The podcast is 11 minutes 34 seconds in duration.

The source Web Seminar was the second of two related to the NOAA Symposium that took place at the NSTA National Conference on Science Education in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Chaston talked about coral biology, the value of coral reefs, land-based pollution impacts, and management actions. She also shared information about teaching resources available on the Internet. The Web seminar was designed for educators of grades 5-12.

Click, NOAA: Coral Reef Ecosystems II to place the web seminar archive in your Learning Center Library now.

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Science Discipline: (mouse over for full classification)
Global climate change
Global climate change
Air
Air
Soil
Soil
Water
Water
Atmosphere
Atmosphere
Biosphere
Biosphere
Hydrosphere
Hydrosphere
Oceans
Oceans
Hurricanes
Hurricanes
Storms
Storms
Temperature
Temperature
Wind
Wind
Careers
Analyzing data
Analyzing data
Asking questions
Asking questions
Using scientific equipment
Using technology
Biodiversity
Intended User Role:Learner, Teacher
Educational Issues:Teacher content knowledge, Teacher preparation

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  Adah (San Antonio, TX) on October 26, 2010
  This short 11 minute podcast walks you through several great websites for background information about coral reefs as well as lesson plans and such. This is very informative and allows you to explore in more detail what is out there for teachers.