This student activity illustrates how plants grow away from/towards a stimulus by continuing cell growth and elongation on one side of the stem while ceasing cell growth and elongation on the opposite side of the stem. This connects to the curriculum by allowing students to be able to explain how this change in growth happens.
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Students reasearch the taxonomic breakdown of a variety of organisms. Students will look at was characterisitcs are present and absent. Through this investigation they will determine the plausible... read more
Experiential education is the cornerstone of inquiry in this set of lessons about biodiversity. Learning about the outdoors, in the outdoors, is vastly important. All the beauty that surrounds the... read more
USING GOOGLE FORMS AND SHEETS TO CREATE LARGE DATASETS THAT ALLOW FOR A RICH ANALYSIS OF STUDENT-COLLECTED INQUIRY DATA (SNC1P)
Students will fill out a Google Form on the ecosystem data that they collect, which will then be exported into a Google Sheet and analyzed so that students can see trends in their class's dataset... read more