Tag: Biology

Mar 19

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are more great resources! Check them out: New videos talk about protecting the ecosystem with tribal treaty rights | Watching Our Water Ways Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission this week released two new videos, including one that shows how tribes are using their treaty rights to protect the environment on behalf of all Northwest residents. …

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Feb 13

Diigo Links (weekly)

Check this week’s incredible resources: 15 Good iPad Apps for Students Projects and Real World Learning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning February 11, 2017 Here is a collection of some very good iPad apps students can use in their classroom projects. www.nytimes.com Back in 2015, when we published our lesson plan Fake News vs. …

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Mar 14

Rain Gardens

Rain Garden Outdoor Lesson

Friday, March 9, we had six Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) crew members visit all five of my Science classes to talk conservation, watersheds, pollution, our creek and to share a rain garden they planted on our campus. It was a great experience for my kids to see a group of highly motivated young people who …

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Jan 21

Making a Case Against High Stakes Testing

What if you had the chance to speak to your state’s legislators and help them understand some of the finer points of why high stakes standardized testing, especially when your state doesn’t even have a handle on which test are aligned to which set of standards, just isn’t a good idea? Well, one of our …

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