This year’s FETC Keynote Presentation featured Animal Planet’s Emmy-Award-winning wildlife biologist Jeff Corwin for an up close and personal conversation about his work in the environment and ecology, and how his experiences can be applied in the classroom to engage students and inspire an interest in learning.
After building catapults out of everyday objects, students will launch various objects from the catapults to demonstrate their understanding of motion and forces. This lesson is a fun way of teaching students about physics and might spark their interest in the field of engineering. http://school.discoveryeducation.com/lessonplans/programs/motionforces/
http://nature.ca/genome/04/041/041_e.cfm Online Games Make a clone, give a baby curly hair, mutate your name, perform DNA tests or build a protein. Try out our online games! The Geee! in Genome Web site contains many resources for educators, including materials for classroom activities , on-site activities if you are planning to visit the exhibition in person, information about educational workshops offered by the exhibition, and references to school curriculums . In-Class Activities The …
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