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Go Botany: Discover thousands of New...
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These Teaching Tools from Go Botany, an online arm of the New England Wild Flower Society, will bolster the lesson plans of educators working with "students and informal learners ages 10 and older." Interested readers may want to begin with James Sirch's "Next-Generation Science Standards," which is provided under Teaching Tools. Available as a downloadable PDF, this resource outlines the many ways Go Botany can be useful to teachers and students, from first grade through high school. The Go Botany Plant Quiz Cards, a downloadable resource with photographs and information about a dozen New England plants, is another great resource. The site also links to the Go Botany Plant Identification...
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Mathematics for Game Developers
Students interested and engaged in game development careers are often students who are underprepared for direct entry into a Calculus sequence. Students who are...
Inherited Traits Lesson
This lesson from the STEM Action Center - Utah covers inherited traits. The lesson is intended for 3rd graders and includes the aligning UT SEEd Standard. There...
Cold Air Pool Lesson
This lesson from the STEM Action Center - Utah explores how a cold air pool develops due to the mountains surrounding Utah valleys. Through the lesson, students...
Push or Pull Lesson
This lesson from the STEM Action Center - Utah explores forces and motions at a kindergarten level. An activity worksheet is provided, which includes ...
Making a Makerspace
This lesson from the STEM Action Center - Utah describes how educators can create a Makerspace to provide lessons on basic circuitry and augmented reality. The...



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