Renee and Alex Amado had an OTC at their house over the summer and used it to compare phenological events of lilies in a warming chamber versus a control plot. They collected daily observations, took daily temperature readings and photographed the lilies in both plots. The dates of flower set and first blooming were earlier […]
Day 1 Prairie Phenology Study 92 AP Environmental Science students formed small groups consisting of 4-6 students and they claimed their prairie plots in our school’s backyard. Students used yellow construction flags to mark their 4ft by 4ft territory and prepared for their long-term phenology study. Students used iNaturalist app to identify all the different […]
We had a great time at West Coast APPLES! Here are some highlights from the week.
Each year Springfield Elementary in Pennsylvania raises and releases Monarch caterpillars. This year, Paul Broadwater, an eleventh grade student at Northwestern High School, created an inquiry video that could be used for future elementary science lessons. The video can be streamed from https://vimeo.com/277514883
Reflecting back on a project that was proposed for a Donors’ Choose Grant From Petal to Palette: Painting With Extracted Flower Pigments posted Sep 28, 2017, 11:59 AM by Cinda Murray [ updated Sep 28, 2017, 11:59 AM ] Each year we host a Weekend With the Arts event where students display their original […]
https://photos.app.goo.gl/buyzadGGsZz3za599 I created a time lapse video of ice melting using google photos.
I just made my first time lapse video! Check out ice melting on a hot day in June.
This is Fernando Vargas from Arroyo Valley High School in San Bernardino, CA. I applied to this program in hopes to beef up my photosynthesis unit by incorporating plant phenology and real world scientific data. This program has exceeded my expectations as I have met great science teachers from around the country. This program has […]