Model a bioretention cell! Experiment to understand how microplastics are getting in the ocean—and the ocean food chain.
Examine Hawaiian shark-toothed weapons and learn about traditional Hawaiian beliefs that help build our ecological history of sharks.
Who bears the pollution burden? Use data to determine the pollution burden for a community and the systems that contribute to environmental injustice.
In this educational resource, students will use dance to represent ecosystem relationships.
What happens when students “draw a scientist” and then explore how real scientists present themselves in social media? Stereotypes get busted!
Analyze real evidence of seismic activity on the lunar surface to advise the next generation of crewed missions to the moon.
Use student-created comics to summarize learning, report experimental outcomes, and assess prior knowledge.