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Monarch Butterflies and Citizen Science

 
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Flight of the Butterflies

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Flight of the Monarch Butterflies and Citizen Science 10-27-2014.pdf

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Summary: Web Seminar Presentation

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Journey North

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Monarch Butterflies And Citizen Science 10-27-2014

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Monarch Butterflies And Citizen Science 10-9-2014

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Monarch Health

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Monarch Larva Monitoring Project (MLMP)

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Monarch Watch

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Monarch Butterflies and Citizen Science.pdf

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Projects of the University of Minnesota Monarch Lab

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The Monarch Joint Venture

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Birds, Bugs, and Butterflies: Science Lessons for Your Outdoor Classroom

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Summary: Among the wild animals that may travel through a school yard, birds, bugs, and butterflies are the most common—the focus of most of the lessons in this chapter. It offers a variety of activities to allow you to “tame” the wildlife to help you teach. Instructions...

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Citizen Scientists: Investigating Science in the Community

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Summary: This article describes numerous examples of citizen science projects that provide meaningful, authentic contexts for students to engage in the processes of science.

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Honeybees, Butterflies, and Ladybugs: Partners to Plants

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Summary: Honeybees, butterflies, and ladybugs all have fascinating mutually beneficial relationships with plants and play important ecosystem roles. Children also love these creatures. But how do we teach children about these symbiotic interactions and help them...

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Podcast: Monarch Butterflies and Citizen Science

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Summary: The Podcast: Monarch Butterflies and Citizen Science is a production of the entire web seminar: Monarch Butterflies and Citizen Science, October 27, 2014...

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The Human Side of Butterflies

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Summary: There is one important aspect of science that sometimes proves a bit more difficult to teach than other areas: introducing students to the the idea of nature of science. Nature of science speaks to how scientific knowledge is developed--from observation...