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  • Risks and Benefits 

    Lesson

    This lesson provides students with an opportunity to further their understanding of the risks and benefits associated with innovations in science and technology.

    9,10,11,12
  • Snow Goggles 

    Lesson

    This lesson illustrates how the use of scientific inquiry can solve different kinds of problems, like blocking unwanted sunlight.

    6,7,8
  • Exploring Human History 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students will learn that anthropology is divided into four main subdivisions and anthropologists often work in more than one subdivision at the same time.

    9,10,11,12
  • An Egg Is Quiet 

    Lesson

    Students learn about eggs and observe and describe changes in a variety of simple activities involving eggs.

    K,1,2
  • 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
  • Mission: Mars 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students will use Internet resources to write a mock Wikipedia entry on the many ways technology is central to traveling to, working, and living on Mars.

    6,7,8
  • The Octopus Scientists 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students refine basic to mid-level concepts of scientific research and critical thinking skills using The Octopus Scientists for examples.

    6,7,8
  • Tiny Creatures 

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    In this lesson, students are introduced to microbes to help them understand how tiny they can be.

    K,1,2
  • How to Clone a Mammoth 

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    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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