Faced with an increased chance for heavy precipitation and flooding, an emergency manager in Oregon spread the word, encouraging groups to be prepared.
This background information document is from Tools for NC Teachers. This document provides an overview of place value related to the Grade 4 Standards. This is remixable.
This document is from Tools4NCTeachers. This provides additional resources (videos, children's literature, technology) to share with parents and to support teachers' work with the concepts in Grade 4, Cluster 5.
This is from Tools 4 NC Teachers. This presentation provides background information for teachers that can be viewed before planning and teaching Grade 5, Cluster 1.
Hurricane Sandy served as a wake-up call for many coastal communities along the East Coast: they learned that planning and preparation for future hazards and climate change impacts needs to take place before the next disaster. As this type of planning was new to many communities, they needed assistance in identifying the most beneficial data, tools, and resources that could inform their local planning and decision making.
I used this planning template to brainstorm my initial thoughts of the why, what, who, when & how of GoOpenNC,
and determine what next step(s) Tyrrell County Schools May plan to take.
An extreme precipitation event in 2008 cost one town more than a million dollars in infrastructure repairs. Now, other municipalities can simulate how their homes, businesses, and facilities might fare if they experienced a similar event.