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About Me: I am the Grade 6-12 Science Teacher at a private Alternative Education school.
Affiliation: Children's Center for Treatment and Education
Location: Custer City, Pennsylvania
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Recent Posts by James
Thu Mar 06, 2014 7:09 PM in Vermicomposting
Hi Stacia! We are using the worm tea in my classroom to water and feed starter plants in our classroom indoor greenhouse which will be planted outside in the spring, if it ever comes! Our school is planning to construct a greenhouse to expand the project. All from some red wrigglers! Thanks for your comments!

Sat Feb 22, 2014 6:21 AM in Vermicomposting
Hi Jennifer. I went to a workshop one time and attended a presentation on vermiculture in which they used redworms, a plastic tub and shredded newspapers. I did this activity in my classroom with a little twist. We had an insulated five gallon water container that was being thrown out and I converted it to my vermiculture bin. I started out with newspaper shredding but quickly turned to decaye...

Tue Feb 04, 2014 9:56 PM in Avatars in Science
Hi Elizabeth! This looks like exactly what I am looking for. I will probably purchase it then next time we get some grant money. I think the kids will love it! Thank you for your help! jj





Recent Reviews by James

5 Reintroduction of Wolves
We did this simulation, today, and the kids were really interested in aligning the predators and prey to get the right mix. They were really interested in the interactive. Of all the activities, my special needs students like the interactives the best!


4 Interdependence of Life SciPack
The ecological succession interactive was fun. I will try this with my class next week and see how it goes.


5 The Salamander Interactive
Just did the Salamander Interactive yesterday and the kids just loved it! We did it on the smart board and they were fighting over who would go up and do the activity! Kudos!






Recent Public Collections by James



Adopt A Microbe
Type: User uploaded resource



HHMI - Winogradsky Column
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26 Resources
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Teacherweb
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KQED - Up all Night with SOFIA, NASA's Flying Observatory: Science on the SPOT
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1 Resources
I am planning a team teaching project as a Society of the Cincinnati project on the Battle of Bunker Hill


Ducks Overboard
Type: Journal Article
Grade: Elementary School