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What is the Resource Database?
What is the Resource Database?

Learn what types of materials live in the resource database and how to use it well.

Written by Platform Development
Updated over a week ago

Do you want to integrate climate change into your subject area but aren't sure if it fits? There are resources and lesson plans for every subject. Use the subject filter to narrow down your search results.

Our resources are sorted into five main resource types:

  • Activities

  • Audiovisual Media

  • Curriculum Materials

  • Digital Information

  • Reading Resources

If you're looking for bite-sized supplemental materials, check out games under the Activities tab or videos under the Audiovisual Media tab.

If you need a resource that can fill a greater amount of time, you might select a project, experiment, class activity, or worksheet.

After selecting a resource, scroll to the bottom of the page to find related resources. This tool is great for when you want to take a lesson to the next level.

How To Get There

  1. From the home page, click the "Resource Database” card.

  2. When you get to the Resource Database, you can immediately browse our selection of over 1800 resources.

  3. The menu bar on the left hand side of the page features filters for subjects, grades, standards, resource types, resource languages, regions, and resource providers.

  4. Use the keyword search bar in addition to the filters to narrow down your search results and find targeted resources.

  5. Applied filters appear under the search bar near the top of the page. Easily remove filters by clicking the X.

What's Next?

Now you know how to use the Resource Database's filter features to find exactly what you're looking for. Looking for more? Check out Climate Change Lessons by Teachers.

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