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This website provides an extensive range of rich resources that are implementation ready. There is something for everyone in here. Both new and experienced teachers will find value, ranging from practical lab activities as well as online database/simulation...

Christina Wilson Bowers, Meridian School, Texas, USA

As a first-year ESS teacher, this website has helped me immensely. In particular, I have been able to see the course more holistically and can map out which topics can be taught together. The time I have spent lesson planning has been significantly reduced...

Tara Hasan, Australian International School, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

I really love that you have so many activities and video that would engage in classes. All the teaching material are ready to use; and the tests and annotated marking of works are super helpful!

Sov Atkinson, Atlantic College, United Kingdom

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It is an immense privilege to teach this course but it also has many challenges. Students may choose it because they "hate" science, some may... more

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I recently travelled to London to attend the Economist's Sustainability conference. Here are a few of my observations from the day.How would... more

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  • 13 May Laura Hamilton
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    Hi Regina After you log in, click on your name from the drop down menu and access groups from there. The "group" icon on this page is just a picture.
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    Hi- I am trying to click on the 'groups' icon- but it does not allow me.
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    Thanks Sarah Ann, I've changed it.
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    4.3 Sustainable Aquaculture
    Dan Barbour is a chef, a much-recognized one from Tarrytown, NY, USA. Not a comedian despite being funny.