Brine Shrimp: Larvae and Life Cycles,...
This activity, from Hagerstown Community College, teaches students about the lifecycle of animals using brine shrimp. Using hand lenses, dissecting microscopes, and compound microscopes, students will examine brine shrimp at various stages of development - eggs, larvae, and adults - and describe and draw the animals. This lesson includes activity directions and two variations of an activity worksheet, one for early readers and another for third to fifth graders.
NASA Community College Aerospace...
NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) is a fully funded, STEM-related program that is sure to get educators' attention. The opportunity begins with...
This site from PBS outlines a lesson plan (intended for grade levels 5-8) concerning gratitude for the earth's diverse ecologies. The page offers a two...
The Visible Human Project is one of the groundbreaking initiatives that makes the National Library of Medicine so fascinating. Using donated cadavers, the...
Completing Free Code Camp is no easy task. In fact, students log over 1,600 coding hours by the time they complete all the classes, tasks, and projects that...
This is one video in the series of lessons on math provided by DeafTEC. Gary Blatto-Vallee, a math and science instructor at the National Technical Institute...
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