This interactive resource provides students with the opportunity to explore a global map, customizable chart, or data table that displays which countries have gotten more of their energy from nuclear, hydropower, solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, wave, and tidal sources.
The chart provides the world average on a line graph over time, with the ability to add countries to the graph.
The global map provides a color-coded legend and can be viewed by year.
The table provides the data, the absolute change in values over time, and the relative change in values.
This resource is customizable and shows how the proportion of low-carbon energy in countries has changed over time, allowing students to see progress being made.
The map and chart functions are very easy to use and should be easy for students to comprehend.
The data table allows you to sort any column in alphabetical or ascending/descending order.
Students should know how to read a line graph and interpret the legend on a map.
This resource could be utilized in a math class as it provides a data table and chart function.
Cross-curricular connections could be made with social studies classes when connecting the improvements in air quality and quality of life with the increasing use of renewable energy sources.
Students can get insights on tidal and wave energy and other sources of energy. Datasets were normalized based on a conversion factor of 277.778. This resource is recommended for teaching.
Data Reasoning and Probability (9-12)
HS.DR.A.4 Use mathematical and statistical reasoning to formulate questions about data to evaluate conclusions and assess risks.
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HS.ESS3.4 Evaluate or refine a technological solution that reduces impacts of human activities on natural systems.
HS.39 Use maps, satellite images, photographs, and other representations to explain relationships between the locations of places and regions and their political, cultural, and economic dynamics.