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This column shares how teachers use technology for assessment, student learning, or classroom management. This article describes a student-driven approach to learning
and communicating about climate change, in which students create a short, documentary-style film about environmental changes in their community. This approach combines science learning with engaging storytelling and artistic elements, which makes it appealing and accessible to different types of learners.
A selection from Science Scope—October 2017
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