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  • The Magic School Bus and the Climate Challenge 

    Lesson

    This lesson should help students understand both the physical forces behind climate change, and the social responses to it as a means to preserve the health of people, the state of cities, island nations, and organisms.

    3,4,5
  • From Cell to DNA 

    Lesson

    This lesson will introduce students to the genetic information stored in DNA within the human cell nucleus.

    9,10,11,12
  • A Seabird in the Forest 

    Lesson

    Students learn about the interdependent relationship between the Marbled Murrelet bird and the environment of old growth forests, such as redwood trees.

    3,4,5
  • The Case of the Vanishing Golden Frogs 

    Lesson

    Students develop an understanding of scientific research and environmental conservation by examining the work of scientists involved in studying and trying to save the Panamanian golden frogs.

    6,7,8
  • Temple Grandin 

    Lesson

    This is a lesson about being different and thinking differently. It focuses on the work of Temple Grandin, an animal behavior scientist who has autism, a brain condition of unknown cause that people are born with, and that makes them behave differently than other people.

    6,7,8
  • The Odyssey of KP2 

    Lesson

    This lesson is about the scientist, Terrie M. Williams, and her research with the Hawaiian monk seal, KP2.

    9,10,11,12
  • Star Light, Star Bright 

    Lesson

    This lesson will help high-school students understand how star brightness in the night sky is classified by various orders of magnitude. It uses the GoSkyWatch Planetarium app to help students look at stars in the night sky and determine apparent magnitude and distances of various stars in the night sky.

    9,10,11,12
  • Is Pluto a Planet? 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students model objects in the solar system and draw conclusions about whether Pluto should be considered a planet.

    6,7,8
  • How to Clone a Mammoth 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students develop an understanding of various challenges and issues with bringing extinct species back to life.

    9,10,11,12
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