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Project Noah was created to provide people of all ages with a simple, easy-to-use way to share their experiences with wildlife. By encouraging your students to share their observations and contribute to Project Noah missions, you not only help students to reconnect with nature, you provide them with real opportunities to make a difference. Once you're registered as a teacher, you can create a new place-based mission for your students. Get them excited about nature by experiencing wildlife observation first-hand. Teacher Account 23 students 195 spottings Creating a classroom mission Name your new mission Focus on a wildlife category Set mission location and region Add a classroom to your mission Save and create your new mission 23 participants All wildlife Project Noah makes it easy for you to manage your created missions and keep track of your students' observations. 12 spottings 2 missions Student Account I'm a 4th grade student and these are some of my wildlife spottings. Managing your classroom Related:  Science

Wind Map An invisible, ancient source of energy surrounds us—energy that powered the first explorations of the world, and that may be a key to the future. This map shows you the delicate tracery of wind flowing over the US. The wind map is a personal art project, not associated with any company. We've done our best to make this as accurate as possible, but can't make any guarantees about the correctness of the data or our software. If the map is missing or seems slow, we recommend the latest Chrome browser. Surface wind data comes from the National Digital Forecast Database. If you're looking for a weather map, or just want more detail on the weather today, see these more traditional maps of temperature and wind.

Recenzje i opinie: wakacje, hotele, kurorty oraz pakiety podróżnicze i wakacyjne — TripAdvisor Science360 - The Knowledge Network Biology - Homework and Study Help - Free help with your Biology homework Can I take a course at HippoCampus for credit? How do I enroll in a course at HippoCampus? Are there any fees to take your courses? How do I make a comment or ask a question? How do I get individual help with my homework assignment? What are the preferred texts? How can I use HippoCampus in my classroom? How can I use HippoCampus in my home school? Can I use the resources you have available for my homeschoolers? Do you know of any wet lab resources to accompany HippoCampus content? Is there a script, app, or something that can be used to track student use of HippoCampus? Can I share my HippoCampus content with my fellow teachers? Can I download the video? Can I change the size of the video window? Why won't the Environmental Science animations play? What if my page scroll bars or "submit" button are not showing? I can't find closed captioning. Where does the content from your site come from? There is an error in the multimedia presentation. How do I report a course errata item? No. AP Course Ledger

Lichtenwalner, Megan (Science) / Biology Keystone Exam Resources Starting with the class of 2017, a graduation component of any Pennsylvania public school will be passing specific Keystone exams. These exams are designed to make sure that students are meeting state standards. Starting with the 2012-2013 school year, Council Rock School District will be administering the Algebra I, Literature, and Biology Keystone exam. To help students review the topic of biology, the Science Department has broken up the content into 9 topics. Review for each topic will consist of the following: A podcast (either by Khan Academy or Council Rock Staff) approximately 20 minutes in length to review the contentA viewing guide that goes along with each podcastA list of questions from the Keystone Review packet (Modified from the Science Section of the Keystone Exam information provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Education) that accompany that sectionAn electronic quiz (all quizzes found here) that students can take to assess their own knowledge

Homework and Study Help - Free help with your algebra, biology, environmental science, American government, US history, physics and religion homework Can I take a course at HippoCampus for credit? How do I enroll in a course at HippoCampus? Are there any fees to take your courses? How do I make a comment or ask a question? How do I get individual help with my homework assignment? What are the preferred texts? How can I use HippoCampus in my classroom? How can I use HippoCampus in my home school? Can I use the resources you have available for my homeschoolers? Do you know of any wet lab resources to accompany HippoCampus content? Is there a script, app, or something that can be used to track student use of HippoCampus? Can I share my HippoCampus content with my fellow teachers? Can I download the video? Can I change the size of the video window? Why won't the Environmental Science animations play? What if my page scroll bars or "submit" button are not showing? I can't find closed captioning. Where does the content from your site come from? There is an error in the multimedia presentation. How do I report a course errata item? No. AP Course Ledger

Physics To Go: Explore Physics on your own image credit: U.S. Air Force; image source; larger image Newton's 3rd Law What is the purpose of the small rotor on the back of this helicopter? This reaction force creates a torque that, by itself, would make the helicopter spin in the opposite direction as the rotor. (This feature was updated on September 22, 2013.) Torque Check out this PBS video to use the concept of torque to explain how one dancer can balance on top of the head of another--and on point!

BioEd Online: Biology Teacher Resources Hands-on Activities for Teaching Biology to High School or Middle School Students by Drs. Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty, University of Pennsylvania The expression "hands-on, minds-on" summarizes the philosophy we have incorporated in these activities - namely, that students will learn best if they are actively engaged and if their activities are closely linked to understanding important biological concepts. Many of our activities are explicitly aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards, as indicated by (NGSS) in the descriptions below and the links to the right. Additional information is provided in Summary Tables and in the Teacher Preparation Notes for these activities. To accommodate limited budgets, most of our activities can be carried out with minimum equipment and expense for supplies. Additional resources for teaching biology are available at More Minds on Activities for Teaching Biology. Read More Intro and Biological Molecules Is Yeast Alive? Enzymes Help Us Digest Food(revised, July, 2016) Who Took Jerell's iPod? More Minds-on Activities

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