Students examine a coral reef ecosystem to learn about its living and non-living parts and how they interact. They apply what they have learned to explore the world's biomes, including how the animals in each are adapted to their environment. (LESSON PLAN) (PRESENTATION)
Students analyze flooding data predictions modeled on rising sea level in this media-rich lesson plan from WNET. Video from the Peril & Promise series Sinking Cities illustrates how two coastal cities, Miami and New York City, are threatened by and trying to adapt to rising sea levels. By the end of the lesson, students will have a basic understanding of the human impact on rising sea levels and human ability to model, predict, and manage current and future impacts. Click here for a printable version of this lesson plan. (LESSON PLAN)
Students examine a coral reef ecosystem to learn about its living and non-living parts and how they interact. They apply what they have learned to explore the world's biomes, including how the animals in each are adapted to their environment. (LESSON PLAN)
Students explore the connections that can exist in a natural environment, and examine how changes to the environment, particularly those caused by human activity, can affect those connections. (LESSON PLAN)
Students study past climate change, explore the effect of greenhouse gases on Earth's atmosphere today, and consider human impact on global warming. (LESSON PLAN)
As a scientific illustrator, Ikumi Kayama puts life into her beautiful drawings that we see every day in textbooks and doctor's offices. In her talk, she dem... environment. (LESSON PLAN)
Get creative with math! How can math help you create your own animations and design your own games? Scratch is designed to let you code your own animations, games, and other interactive projects. In the process of creating Scratch projects, you use key math concepts, such as X and Y coordinates to control the position of your characters in an animation and variables to keep track of the score ... (LESSON PLAN)
Empower Yourself in collaboration with Brockton High School, the Iconic Tuskegee Airman, Bridgewater State University, Project Take off and Jet Blue Airlines offers a 6 week STEM & Aviation program to students between 6th and 10th grade who apply.
Our goal is to get students involved with STEM so they can pursue careers in Aviation & STEM. The program includes coursework, seminars on the various careers in Aviation and STEM and trips to air force bases to learn how to fix and fly a plane.