School of Ice (SOI) participants take workshop activities back to their classes and often adapt them to work for their students and to meet the goals of their individual course syllabi. This page is a repository for those adaptations and unique lessons created by the talented faculty members who have attended the SOI program.
Disclaimer: IDP has not tested the science or educational pedagogy of these activities, but provides them here so that others can gain ideas for how the labs and activities might work in their teaching situations. To make this a growing, “living” resource, please continue to share new activities by sending them to: email@example.com. If you have any questions about these resources, please contact us.
Paleoclimatology Course Syllabus Example–Mulvey
ICE CORE LABS
Ice Cores and Climate Change–Lopez
Ice Cores and Volcanic Activity–Adamo
Coral Cores Proxy Activity–Tome
RANGE OF CO2 CONCENTRATION
Range of CO2 Concentration–Sato
SEA LEVEL RISE
Sea Level and Climate Change–Lopez
Sea Level Rise–adapted from “Flooded”–Ozbay
TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH (Polar Opposites Venn Diagram Activity)
To the Ends of the Earth–Wider-Lewis