Perfect for high school science and social studies classes, this 13-part series includes interviews with leading experts and shows students how to analyze facts before forming opinions. When students see the world through The Eyes of Nye, they’ll learn how to evaluate even the most controversial topics.
Compare population issues around the world, from demographics to social and cultural aspects, and see how education and industrialization can affect human population. Students will hear about Third World issues, look at worldwide consumption trends, and analyze mass media education efforts.
Correlated to National Science Education Standards for grades 9-12, this Classroom Edition DVD includes Public Performance Rights for classroom/educational use only and a printable educator's guide complete with assessment tool.