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.
The safety air bag system in an automobile uses chemical reactions in order to function. When a collision occurs, a sensor indicates that the car's momentum has changed and this triggers a series of... read more
Categories: Lab/Student Activity
Teacher and students will go on several nature walks in order to conduct a detailed inquiry into snails, their habitat, basic needs, and benefits to humans and the environment. Research will be... read more
Prior to Thomson’s work it was thought that the atoms of each element were unique, invisible particles, or that atoms were made of subatomic particles that had significant mass compared to the atom... read more