Students research a current energy topic and create their own eCard. Appropriate for many grades and subjects.
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Online community for teaching and learning about climate change. Appropriate for many grades and subjects.
Students build working renewable energy models. With construction plans and lessons; for a variety of grades and subjects.
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What Teachers Are Saying
eCards was engaging and gave students a voice. They felt they could express their ideas of what they learned to someone who would listen.
Claudia Greco, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario