This activity begins with deep discussions on biodiversity and/or environmental factors. Students then continue exploring through readings from a variety of sources. The questions are then discussed in class to activate prior learning and stimulate deep thinking on the topics. Students then use their graphic organizer of choice to list knowledge, questions, thoughts, etc. Finally, students demonstrate new knowledge/understanding through a project of their choice.
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ExploreLearning's interactive online inquiry-based simulations, Gizmos, are a perfect solution for schools looking for ways to enhance their STEM curriculum and build 21st century skills for... read more
In this inquiry-based activity, students will design and build a model of a greenhouse using mirrors and/or lenses that can be used to grow food all year. They will use their knowledge of optics to... read more