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World's Wildest Plants

We read an article about strange plants: flowers that look like bees, roots growing above ground, plants that look like rocks, and giant lily pads.

  • 4th grade science
  • Grade 4

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Lighthouses - for 1st grade class

Class is studying lighthouses and it would be amazing to have someone involved in lighthouses to talk to them.

  • 1st Grade
  • Grade 1

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Ice Age

We will be focusing our study on the most recent ice age (10,000 years ago), although I would like students to gain an understanding that there were many periods of cooling. We will look into earth's geological timeline to gain a better...

  • social studies
  • Grade 2

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Force and Motion: Shoe Design Features Related to Performance

Force and Motion related to athletic shoes and the Olympics.

  • Sato
  • Grade 3

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Filtration

We are researching filtration and how water from natural sources is filtered before use. We'll later be making small filters to filter water from our local Fanno Creek. Students will have done some research and may have some questions following your...

  • STEAM after school
  • Elementary

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Our Special Solar System

Our class will be learning about our sun, moon, and solar system. We would love to hear from you!

  • By Lacey Ferguson
  • 1st grade science
  • Grade 1

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Enhancing Writing

My students are writing a picture book which I will send out to a company that will bind them. I would love a different perspective on how to make their writing better and more detailed.

  • 4th grade writing
  • Grade 4

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NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH: Promoting STEM Degrees to Young Women

During this session we would like to focus on discussing the wide range of professional careers available to those with a STEM degree, particularly women. We are passionate about educating students in STEM subjects because we strongly...

  • By McCoy Russell, LLP
  • High School

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Runoff and Storm Drain pollution

We are studying water filtration systems and how runoff influences water quality and/or pollution.We will have researched and built filters when learning about where we get our water from and how it is treated, then will be looking at runoff and...

  • STEAM after school
  • Elementary

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COLLEGE 101 SERIES: Polytechnic Universities - Hands-On Learning for the Rapidly Changing Future

There are thousands of colleges and universities out there. It can be overwhelming shuffling through brochures, emails, and applications. I am here to discuss Polytechnic Universities, how they are different than other universities, and the benefits...

  • By Ryan Deady
  • High School

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