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The River Educator's Toolkit synthesizes many of the classroom-friendly materials that International Rivers has produced as part of its research on major rivers and projects around the world, as well as lesson plans created by university curriculum developers. The goal of this kit is to provide ideas and resources for teachers and curriculum developers interested in teaching river ecology and the interaction of natural and human systems. We hope that by providing a more comprehensive information bank for educators and curriculum developers, teachers can engage their students in a life-long process of learning and curiosity around rivers, water, and energy. Focus Areas:(a) The Three Gorges Dam (China): World's Largest Dam; (b) The Belo Monte Dam (Brazil): Striking at the Heart of the Amazon; (c) The Mekong River (Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam): Lifeline of Southeast Asia; and (d) The Gibe 3 Dam (Ethiopia): A People Divided. Each section contains a list of suggested background materials, videos and photos to share with students, where to look for further information, news articles, and some pre-made lesson plans.
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