Developed in partnership with the National Geographic Society, Climate: Seas of Change takes readers on a journey alongside leading researchers from NOAA, Oak Ridge National Laboratories and others to understand the effects of global climate change on our oceans. Readers get a behind the scenes look at the technology and equipment that is used in the crucial research taking place in this field. The Earth is currently facing changes that are unprecedented in the millions of years that humans have inhabited it and it is more important than ever for young learners to understand them. Climate: Seas of Change explains in an engaging and exciting format the concepts of climate change and the role that the oceans play in it. With over a hundred pages of full-color images, Climate: Seas of Change will keep readers of all ages intrigued. Perfect for grades 4-10, JASON Learning curricula are used inside the classroom and out. Content is rigorously aligned to both state and Common Core standards and includes hands-on labs and activities that can be performed easily with limited resources. Optional JASON Online Access (purchased separately) brings content to life with a host of additional features on JASON’s gated website including read-to-me functionality, scientist profiles, on-demand videos, and award-winning interactive games.
Student Editions contain all student reading selections, labs and field investigations. One book per student recommended. Current online subscription to JASON is required for purchase (sold separately).