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Students in the primary and intermediate grades will: 1. Recognize that breathing is a necessary, automatic life process; 2. Observe and record data on respiration rate; 3. demonstrate how air enters and leaves the lungs; 4. Observe how respiratory rate changes with different activities; 5. Use counting as a means of gathering data.
Difficulty: Middle school
This experiments demonstrates how we can bend light using simple tools.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Demonstrate phenomenologically the effects of acid rain on our environment and perform long-term "real-time" experiments.
Difficulty: Elementary school
1. Students will recognize different populations in a soil sample. 2. Students will demonstrate and observe water and wind erosion. 3. Students will construct a levee flood control technique.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this project is to determine if there is a mapping between Nimbers (non-negative integers under Nim addition) and multidimensional objects called Simplexes, thus demonstrating the power of finite groups to relate very different mathematical objects to each other.
Difficulty: High school
The more homework students complete, especially from grades six to twelve, the better they do in school, according to recent research. The research also demonstrates that parental attitudes toward homework play an important role in their children's education.
Difficulty: Middle school
The students will demonstrate the ability to investigate what air is like and where it is found. The children will sense that air is real by capturing it, squeezing it, carrying it, and feeling its weight.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Demonstrate and make illustrations that show how viruses can appear as foreign invaders in the blood.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate visible changes in E. coli bacteria that have been transformed with a gene that codes for a green fluorescent protein, the source of this gene being bioluminescent jellyfish. In real life, the gene provides the jellyfish with a glow-in-the-dark feature in the deep, dark ocean. You will be using a plasmid called pGLO (p = plasmid) because the gene being
Difficulty: High school
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