Visual Representations of Climate Change

Seniors worked on creating visual representations of complex information — working toward fluency in creating infographics later this week. They studied the differences between climate and weather, how global CO2 levels have changed over time, the relationship between CO2 in the atmosphere and global temperature, and the consequences of rising global temperatures. In groups, students worked to convey this information graphically using minimal words and then engaged in reflective evaluations of the visuals.

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