Presentation on theme: "A unique maritime educational experience for students and teachers Focusing on Seventh Grade South Carolina State Standards in Science Sandlapper Tours."— Presentation transcript:
A unique maritime educational experience for students and teachers Focusing on Seventh Grade South Carolina State Standards in Science Sandlapper Tours
The Biotic and Abiotic Environment: SC.7-4. Ecology: The student will demonstrate an understanding of how organisms interact with and respond to the biotic and abiotic components of their environment
7-4.3: Explain the interaction among changes in the environment due to natural hazards (including landslides, wildfires, and floods), changes in populations, and limiting factors (including climate and the availability of food and water, space, and shelter).
An ospreys nest 7-4.1: Summarize the characteristics of the levels of organization within ecosystems (including populations, communities, habitats, niches, and biomes).
A sea urchin on the beach at Morris Island. 7-4.5. Summarize how the location and movement of water on Earth's surface through groundwater zones and surface-water drainage basins, called watersheds, are important to ecosystems and to human activities. 7 Suggested Titles for South Carolina Science State Standard 7-4.5.South Carolina Science State Standard 7-4.5.
7-4.5: Summarize how the location and movement of water on Earth's surface through groundwater zones and surface-water drainage basins, called watersheds, are important to ecosystems and to human activities.
Female loggerhead sea turtle tracks where she laid her eggs on the beach. Social Studies 7-7.7. Summarize the dangers to the natural environment that are posed by population growth, urbanization, and industrialization. (G, E, P, H) 10
LET THE TIDE CONTINUE TO RISE ALONG WITH EACH CHILDS ASPIRATION TO DISCOVER AND LEARN! AFTER ALL, THE FUTURE OF OUR WORLD… LIES IN THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CHILDREN WE ARE TEACHING TODAY!
Lisha Hylton Third Grade Teacher – 14 years Currently: Masters Candidate for Environmental Policy and Management (APU) JULY 2008 NOAA TEACHER AT SEA 2006 – 2007 South Carolina Department of Natural Resources State of South Carolina Conservation Teacher of the Year 2005-06-Lexington County Conservation Teacher of Year 2005-2007 – Member of THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA RISING TIDE PALEOTEMPESTOLOGY TEA- Pelion Elementary School; Teacher of the Year 2003–STAR recipient (Strategies for Teacher Advancement) - statewide program recognizing outstanding veteran teachers (Participant in STAR teacher conservation retreat -Seabrook Island) 2003 – Pelion Elementary Teacher of the Year 2004 – Recipient of The American Legion Award for outstanding teaching in American Patriotism. 2005 – Honored at South Carolina Veterans Administration Ceremony for outstanding teaching in programs and activities directed for students in American Patriotism. Publications: 2005-Hallowed Grounds – Published by Arlington National Cemetery (on their poetry website) 2006-Amazon Books, Inc. published – Joe T. McNab; a childrens book written for teaching animal adaptation, conservation and survival (Book available June 2006 at amazonbooks.com)
Tamron Hall Fifth Grade Teacher, August 2007 - Present. Third Grade Teacher, August 1997 - May 2007 Gifted and Talented Endorsement, June 2009 National Board Certified Teacher, Middle Childhood Generalist, 2005 Whos Who Among Teachers, 2005 Master of Education, December 2001