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  • Tue- 03/16/21- Teaching Evolution

    Tue- 03/16/21- Teaching Evolution

    Grade Recommendations- Middle & High School

    Get tools to teach evolution effectively both online and in person! Don't just go through the standards for the sake of checking off boxes. Give students local, real-life examples and applications that depend on in-depth understandings of evolutionary concepts.


  • Wed- 03/17/21- Anthropogenic Effects on Wildlife

    Wed- 03/17/21- Anthropogenic Effects on Wildlife

    Grade Level Recommendations- 6th - 8th Grade

    Global wildlife populations are threatened by many human associated impacts. To better understand anthropogenic impacts on wildlife we investigate reasons for declines in amphibian populations. Amphibians are sensitive to environmental changes and therefore serve as a useful indicator species to evaluate future impacts of climate change on wildlife populations.


  • Tue- 03/23/21- Benefits of Citizen Science

    Tue- 03/23/21- Benefits of Citizen Science

    Grade Recommendations: 6-8th Grade

    Spend the hour learning how you can engage your students with citizen science, real research everyone can conduct. We will explore the positive, environmental global impacts the general public can have by collecting and reporting data.


  • Thu- 03/25/21- Georgia's Energy Profile

    Thu- 03/25/21- Georgia's Energy Profile

    Grade Recommendations- Middle & High School

    Get current, local data and information about energy production and consumption that can be used to teach both in person and online. Meet physical science, physics, chemistry, environmental, and biology standards in a 21st century 3D model. These activities are able to be differentiated to different levels. An emphasis will be placed on environmental equity that we do not always see in textbooks.


  • Tue- 04/06/21- Dollar Store Physical Science

    Tue- 04/06/21- Dollar Store Physical Science

    Grade Recommendations- Middle & High School

    Don't let the phrase "physical science" fool you into thinking these activities are limited to physical science classes.These fun and inexpensive instructional strategies can also be used in physics, chemistry, and biology classrooms. Ideas for differentiation are included that make these strategies applicable in any setting - even online!


  • Thu- 04/13/21- Geologic Time

    Thu- 04/13/21- Geologic Time

    Grade Recommendations- 3rd & Up

    We will be discussing geologic history, how geologists find the age of fossils and rocks, the different kinds of rocks, and the rock cycle.


  • Thu- 04/15/21- Wonders of the Solar System

    Thu- 04/15/21- Wonders of the Solar System

    Grade Recommendation- 3rd & Up

    We will be looking at our solar system, with a deeper dive into the many celestial bodies, the mechanisms behind orbits, and what we still don't know about our own galactic backyard.


  • Tue- 04/20/21- Environmental Law

    Tue- 04/20/21- Environmental Law

    Grade Recommendation- 6th & Up

    We will be taking a look at US environmental policy, the history of environmental law, and a look at the challenges that we face in the realm of environmental regulation today.


  • Thu- 04/22/21- Citizen Science

    Thu- 04/22/21- Citizen Science

    Grade Recommendations: 6-8th Grade

    Spend the hour learning how you can engage your students with citizen science, real research everyone can conduct. We will explore the positive, environmental global impacts the general public can have by collecting and reporting data.



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