Hazel Robateau

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Recent Reviews by Hazel


Mon May 05, 2014 5:26 PM
4 Populations and Resources
This science object moved me in the direction of introducing human population into the ecology unit. Then it stemmed into including a discussion of animal populations in an ecosystem. I searched a link that gave me a rabbit and fox population simulator for students to use.


Mon May 05, 2014 5:19 PM
4 Ecology Can Go On Forever
There was so much I wanted to cover in my mini ecology unit. I would have used this to talk about invasive species and their effects on ecosystems. This sparked new ideas about invasive species brochures and other projects.


Mon May 05, 2014 5:17 PM
3 Coral Reef Ecosystem
I added this to the collection to demonstrate yet another ecosystem. It really made me consider wanting a fish tank in class where students can work as a team to take care of their own ecosystem.






Recent Public Collections by Hazel


Ecology: Learn in Your Backyard

6 Resources

I love using the outdoors as a way of teaching science. By conducting lessons about biomes and ecosystems I am able to conduct labs and projects where students get hands-on experiences while learning.



Biome Is Where the Art Is
Type: Journal Article
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Travel Without Leaving the Classroom
Type: Journal Article
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Force and Motion: Newton's First Law
Type: Science Object
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