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Science Fair Projects Lincoln Prairie 2014-2015. Concerns About Science Projects “So what kind of a project is required?” Allowable Projects: Experimental.

of steps used in the experiment. It is very detailed, like a recipe (cookbook format). It makes it easy for someone to duplicate the experiment. Project Overview Procedure  Results include both data and observations.  Look at measurements recorded/ know your topic. Be sure to look at the grade level of the project.  United States Department of Agriculture http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/kids/fair/ideasframe.htm Agricultural project ideas dealing with Chemistry, Botany, Environmental Science, Nutrition, /


Monday May 5, 2014. What is Environmental Science? An Interdisciplinary study that integrates information and ideas from natural sciences: Biology, Chemistry,

question, and 2 synthesis and evaluation questions. The Basics Textbook Environmental Science for AP (656 pages) Digital edition Lab book: Molnar, William. 2005, Laboratory Investigations in AP Environmental Science. Requirements: Text and assigned readings Assigned questions and problems Class / towards the subject. Types of Outlines The two main types of outlines are the topic outline and the sentence outline. In the topic outline, the headings are given in single words or brief phrases. In the sentence/


Tuscarora High School 2012-2013 Academic School Year Science Research Project.

.lcps.org Click on academics Scroll to “Science” Click on LCPS Regional Science and Engineering Fair Click on 2012 Student Abstracts Honors Earth Science: (25% of your grade each quarter) Foundational science course to build research based skills for higher level science courses Learning how to conduct background research for inquiry based labs or earth science related projects, creating procedures for different earth science topics, applying their knowledge in applicable experiments/


1 Master of Science in Economics FACULTY OF BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS The Hohenheim Master in Economics 

students will learn about the economic causes of environmental problems, suitable instruments of environmental policy to solve or mitigate these problems, assessment techniques for the economic valuation of environmental changes, the principles of resource economics and sustainable development. The Hohenheim Master in Economics  Programme Details  Application and Admission  FACULTY OF BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS Major Field: Growth Economics Prof. Dr/


7 th Grade Life Science Investigations in Environmental Science.

Life Science Investigations in Environmental Science Course Description/to build confidence in examining and discussing physics concepts based on data and theoretical knowledge. Topics Force & Motion Speed, Velocity & Acceleration Newton’s Laws Work & Power Mechanical / Collaborating Meeting Standards Other Items Binders/Lab Manuals/Textbook Planners Tests/Review Portfolio Folders Blackboard Keys for Success Organization –Planners –Homework buddies –Blackboard Get Involved –Team Events –Team Parent –Clubs//


UFES: Institution and Research Activities Overview Prof. Neyval Costa Reis Jr. Dean for Research and Post-Graduate Studies.

2003, located in Alegre, in the southern part of the State. Main Research Topics include: Crop and plantation technology for production improvement Crop health and diseases Soil and crop nutrition Planning and management of water resources Biothecnology Humanities and Natural Science Geography (MSc) Environmental Oceanography (MSc, PhD) Plant Biology (MSc) Social Sciences (MSc) Philosophy (MSc) History (MSc) Psychology (MSc, PhD) Institutional Psychology (MSc) Literature (MSc/


Tam High Science Courses 2013-2014. Honors Integrated Science 3-4 Requires higher level thinking and problem solving skills Covers more detailed information.

 Chemistry teacher recommendation  Information meeting: Room 66, Thursday, January 24 or Friday, January 25 or see Dr. Hart AP Environmental Science What is APES about?  understand the interrelationships of the natural world  identify and analyze environmental problems  examine solutions for resolving and/or preventing environmental problems What topics do we study?  human populations and sustainability  climate change and atmospheric issues  water and toxicity  ecology and evolution/


Tam High Science Courses 2015-2016. Honors Integrated Science 3-4 O Requires higher level thinking and problem solving skills O Covers more detailed information.

: January 20 and 22 during lunch in Room 66 Contact Dr. Hart at lhart@tamdistrict.orglhart@tamdistrict.org AP Environmental Science What is APES about?  understand the interrelationships of the natural world  identify and analyze environmental problems  examine solutions for resolving and/or preventing environmental problems What topics do we study?  human populations and sustainability  climate change and atmospheric issues  water and toxicity  ecology and evolution/


EEP 101/ECON 125 Environmental Economics David Zilberman 2060 Valley Life Sciences Building, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30-11:00 a.m. Class website:

on an environmental economics topic consisting of /for and benefits from nature justifies policy intervention. Interdisciplinary emphasis—scientific knowledge becomes part of the input to the economic analysis. Policy emphasis—market failures cause pollution control and environmental/environmental issues including water, pesticides, animal waste, soil erosion, agricultural biotechnology, etc. Their association is the AAEA, and the journal is AJAE. Interdisciplinary Journals ScienceAmerican Academy of Science/


Agile Computing Curricula Anthony J. Duben, David R. Naugler, Ken Surendran Computer Science Dept. Southeast Missouri State Univ.

environmental science degree. Students can easily complete a minor in math or the science they choose by taking one or, perhaps, two more courses in that area. Flexible Topics Courses Serves both Computer Science, Applied Computer Science. Special topics/for Applied Computer Science, Environmental Science, and an applied option in Chemistry. IS 275 Information Systems II Required for Applied Computer Science and Info Sys option in Environmental Science major. Optional for others. Emphasizes Visual Basic for /


Columbia University’s program in Earth & Environmental Science Journalism Kim Kastens Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia.

lot of energy into admissions process. ) Columbia E&ESJ Masters Program Case Studies in Earth & Environmental Science Journalism read articles written for a technical audience about an issue, discovery or controversy read articles written for a popular audience on the same topic interview a scientist who worked on the topic from this primary material, construct understanding of journalistic strategies and devices 2004-2005: Sumatran tsunami, Teaching/


SHS Science Course Offerings * Information for current 9 th -11 th grade students as you register for the 2013-14 School Year Chemistry Lab Methods Physics.

biology end of the course exam. You must pass this exam for graduation. Lab-based college-recognized science course. Prepares you for advanced coursework in IB Environmental Systems and IB Biology. Gives you lab skills that prepare you for all upper level coursework General Environmental Systems What do you learn? Native Ecology and Ethnobotany Earth Science Earthquakes Volcanoes Plate Tectonics Ecosystems Biodiversity Populations Biomes Aquatic Ecosystems Human/


Welcome To AP Environmental Science (APES). Introduction Hi Im Mr. Clark. Hi Im Mr. Clark. This discussion is to explain to you what we do in this science.

Environmental Science (APES) Introduction Hi Im Mr. Clark. Hi Im Mr. Clark. This discussion is to explain to you what we do in this science class. This discussion is to explain to you what we do in this science class. Mr. Clark I’m the guy in the white coat! I’m the guy in the white coat! Topics/ follow the safety rules. Interact with all people and objects respectfully and safely. Be prepared for class. Be prepared for class. No private conversations, don’t be rude. No private conversations, don’t be rude/


Tam High Science Courses 2012-2013. Honors Integrated Science 3-4 Requires higher level thinking and problem solving skills Covers more detailed information.

and Friday January 25 th Email Ms Wuerth at mwuerth@tamdistrict.org with any questions.mwuerth@tamdistrict.org AP Environmental Science What is APES about?  understand the interrelationships of the natural world  identify and analyze environmental problems  examine solutions for resolving and/or preventing environmental problems What topics do we study?  human populations and sustainability  climate change and atmospheric issues  water and toxicity  ecology and evolution/


Evolution and Natural Selection / Change Topics Unit Part I: Evolution Part II: Natural Selection Part III: Earth System History Part IV: Human Evolution.

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Biology Article Review Magazine – Print or Database Topic – Biology/ Earth- Environmental Science Due 10/28/14 Bonus 10/26/14.

article from the QVHS Library Commons – Print magazine and or Online Database magazine with the general topic: Biology or Earth / Environmental Science Remember – Length of article = (1page/hand length) Magazine Print or online database source /– CREATE a CREATE A CITATION in NoodleToolsNoodleTools GO TO NoodleTools – CREATE ProjectNoodleTools “Biology Article Review 15-16” Create a Citation for Magazine, PRINT OR DATABASE – Name of database – List (My Library Database) – URL – from bottom of source in/


1 Improving Students’ Attitudes to Science – Mission Impossible? Dr Declan Kennedy Department of Education, UCC Third National PISA Symposium 18 April.

students in Japan and the United Kingdom (8% in both countries) reported reading science articles less frequently. Students in Ireland were less likely to report visiting websites about science topics (8%), than on average across OECD countries (13%). 27 Responsibility towards Resources and Environments Students generally reported high levels of concern for environmental issues, with 89% in Ireland and 92% across OECD countries saying that/


Mt. Jefferson State Natural Area Fieldtrip Activity Guide Final Project Submitted by Thomas D. Randolph in Partial Completion of a Master of Science in.

Curriculum Education Standards and the SNA General Management Plan established the criteria for specific fieldtrip topics. These topics were then synthesized with the best practices to complete the deliverable. /Topics Choices Topics most requested by local teachers (2005-2012) TopicYears 20052006200720082009201020112012 Landforms3595511810 Soils Science41510873 36 Plants4810788 16 Earth Materials57543459 Landforms Soil science Plants Earth materials Topics That Address SNA Goals Teachers and environmental/


Findlay High School (2013-2014). Freshman Year CP Physical Science Honors Physical Science.

studies, environmental stewardship, and handle both live and preserved organisms. Microscopes will be used. Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Integrated Science II (General) Course #984 Grade 11, 12 Full Year Physical(1 Credit) Fee: $10 Prerequisite: None Description: This course is designed for students that need a physical science credit for graduation. Course content will be similar to ninth grade Physical Science, including a variety of topics. Emphasis/


Techniques to Teach Tricky Topics Karin Kirk Science Education Resource Center Carleton College.

achieve them. [Corney, 1998][Corney, 1998][Corney, 1998] Teach the science first Teach the process of science throughout your course Integrate and tie to climate science through out all of an Earth Systems course or unit. Relate the / the can learn it for themselves, and this is especially true for topics that are potential turn- offs for students. [Iozzi, 1989], [Schweizer and Kelly, 2005][Iozzi, 1989][Schweizer and Kelly, 2005][Iozzi, 1989][Schweizer and Kelly, 2005] Environmental issues lend themselves to/


Superimposed Information - INRIA - April 20011 Lois Delcambre Technology for Superimposed Information Lois Delcambre with Shawn Bowers,

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Diagnostic Testing of Science Concepts K-16 2007 ESA/SER Joint Meeting Brook J. Wilke, Christopher D. Wilson & Charles W. (Andy) Anderson.

Collins et al. 2007. ISSE. Environmental Literacy “Loop” Diagram Current Science Curriculum Ranking Systems Put the following items in the boxes below, going from the smallest to the largest. Population, Gene, Species, DNA, Ecosystem, Dog, Chromosome Environmental Literacy “Loop” Diagram Curriculum with Focus on Environmental Literacy Students will be Consumers, Voters, Workers, Volunteers, Advocates & Learners Environmental Literacy Topics Biodiversity: foods and land for living, settlement and management/


SHS Science Course Offerings * Information for current 9 th -11 th grade students as you register for the 2015-16 School Year Chemistry Lab Methods Physics.

Prepares you for the biology end of the course exam. You must pass this exam for graduation. Lab-based college-recognized science course. Prepares you for advanced coursework in IB Environmental Systems and IB Biology. Gives you lab skills that prepare you for all /LABS! DNA electrophoresis!!! Engineer glowing bacteria!!! Grow fast plants!!! Use microscopes!!! IB Chemistry Topics Covered: Quantitative Chemistry Atomic Structure Periodicity Bonding Energetics Kinetics Equilibrium Acids & Bases Redox Reactions/


College of Education School of Continuing and Distance Education 2014/2015 – 2016/2017 UGRC 144 Science and Technology in Our Lives/Geohazards Session.

Topic One – Sources and Classification of Solid Waste Topic Two – Waste Disposal Methods Topic Three – Waste Reduction Techniques Topic Four – Liquid Waste Topic Five – Industrial Waste Disposal Topic Six – Sewerage Treatment Topic Seven – Sceptic Tank Sewerage Disposal Topic Eight - Radioactive Waste Dr. Patrick A. Sakyi, Dept. of Earth Science Slide 3 Reading List Chapter 15 of Environmental/ from the methods used for other wastes. Dr. Patrick A. Sakyi, Dept. of Earth Science Slide 40 Radioactive Waste /


SHS Science Course Offerings * Information for current 9 th -11 th grade students as you register for the 2016-17 School Year Chemistry Lab Methods Physics.

techniques and lab safety Increased use of metric units and conversion techniques Use of laboratory equipment for data collection and manipulation Scientific communication through technical writing PHYSICS LABORATORY METHODS  What will I/ Real world / Current information and topics General Environmental Systems What do you do? Intermediate science course with emphasis in: – Upper level science lab skills – Inquiry investigations – Mathematics applications in science – Team based projects – Critical /


US Small Business Funding Opportunities (SBIR/STTR) for Environmental Technologies at NIEHS SRP, EPA, and NSF April 2, 2015 Presenters:Heather Henry- National.

all PD/PIs) –SBA Company Registry at SBIR.gov **Other NIEHS SBIR/STTR Topics: Exposure assessment tools Bio-monitoring technologies Toxicity screening Educational materials for Environmental Health Advanced Training Tech for Emergency Responders **Other NIEHS SBIR/STTR Topics: Exposure assessment tools Bio-monitoring technologies Toxicity screening Educational materials for Environmental Health Advanced Training Tech for Emergency Responders Application Due Dates: Apr 5, 2015 Sep 5, 2015 Jan 5/


College of Education School of Continuing and Distance Education 2014/2015 – 2016/2017 UGRC 144 Science and Technology in Our Lives/Geohazards Session.

Topic One –Evidence of Past Climate Topic Two – Ice Age and their possible causes Topic Three – Greenhouse effect and global warming Topic Four – Contribution of humans to the greenhouse effect Topic Five –Effects of global warming Topic Six - Measures adopted to reduce global warming Dr. Patrick A. Sakyi, Dept. of Earth Science Slide 3 Reading List Chapter 9 of Environmental/ layer before it reaches the earth. The IR is also responsible for warming the land surface, which in turn radiates heat into the /


The Case Against Water Fluoridation

main benefit is TOPICAL. It works on the outside of the tooth. “Its actions primarily are topical for both adults and children." Centers for Disease Control, 1999 "Fluorides predominant effect is posteruptive and topical." Centers for Disease Control, 2001/an association between plasma levels of fluoride and lowered IQ. Accepted for publication by Environmental Health Perspectives the journal of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) NIEHS is an agency of the US Department of Health/


Advanced Research Methods for HCIT © 2012 Department of Computer Science Advanced Topics in HCIT Introduction to Universal Design Bláithín Gallagher PhD.

range of people. It developed in response to the diversity of human populations, their abilities and their needs. The Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDeA Center) The Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDeA Center) Advanced Topics HCIT © 2013 Department of Computer Science Definitions of Universal Design UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Article 2 – Definitions: ““Universal design” means the/


Science Curriculum Registration Assistance O’Fallon Township High School.

topics include: renewable vs. nonrenewable resources, biomes, field ecology, environmental issues, and interactions between living and non- living factors of ecosystems calculation, evaluation, use of basic statistics, and proper use of the scientific method are emphasized throughout the course Environmental Science Course Prerequisites: Successful completion of a first year physical science course AND Successful completion of a first year math class Environmental Science Course Highlights: labs for/


Teaching High School Computer Science

9% Environmental Science 86,650 55.4% Physics B 67,312 35.0% Physics C E&M 14,191 23.0% Physics C Mechanics 31,973 26.2% Psychology 177,708 57.3% Statistics 129,899 50.4% However, the 2010 AP Exam data for the STEM/Precalculus sequence. "IMP units are generally structured around a complex central problem. Although each unit has a specific mathematical focus, other topics are brought in as needed to solve the central problem, rather than narrowly restricting the mathematical content. Ideas that are developed /


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physics also includes subtopics within units for which regular physics students are not responsible. recommended course preparation: a minimum of a B in chemistry and in algebra 2/trigonometry APES and ES study: Ecology, Population Biology, Water, Agriculture, Minerals, Energy, Toxicity and Waste Treatment, and Sustainable Future Environmental Science Significant amount of gardening More time on each topic More activities, projects, articles, and films/


The SEPP Minor will help students to explore and understand, experiment with, and improve public policy relevant to the sciences, engineering, business,

. The kinds of topics students will find in this Course Thread include the histories and futures of artificial intelligence and what it means to be human; race, identity, and genetics; the politics of access to medicines at home and globally; global environmental politics, social justice, and sustainable development; and much more. With courses in departments including Integrative Biology, Rhetoric, History, Environmental Science, Policy and/


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Potable Water? Hexafluorosilicate and Fluoride Equilibria in Aqueous Solution. International Journal of Environmental Studies (B), 2000:57:597-637.  “ the highly-promoted studies/for all infants (except for the few for whom breastfeeding is determined to be harmful).  http://www.ada.org/public/topics/fluoride/infantsformula.asp http://www.ada.org/public/topics/fluoride/infantsformula.asp  On November 9, 2006, the ADA issued interim guidance on fluoride intake for infants and young children. Sound science/


From Selecting a Topic to Creating a Question.   To ask a question and design a way in which to scientifically assess the question  To design a model.

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Science and the Environment

has helped bring democracy and good government to her country. In 2004 she received the Nobel Peace Prize for her work. 1-61 Conclusion Environmental science gives us useful tools and ideas for understanding both environmental problems and new solutions to those problems. We face many persistent environmental problems, but we can also see many encouraging examples of progress. Resolving these multiple problems together is the/


A workshop for STEM subjects on Sustainable Development The Higher Education Academy Session 3: STEM and ESD THE SUSTAINABLE PRACTITIONER.

the geography, earth and environmental sciences where environmental concerns related to sustainable development may be apparent Identifying and measuring potential problems Sustainable Development raises issues around the strength of evidence alongside questions of interpreting data These topics relate to some of the controversy around the case for – and against – global warming and climate change for example It could also include other sciences and subjects that identify potential/


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Christian G. Daughton, Ph.D. Chief, Environmental Chemistry Branch

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work ethic and organizational skills Ability to work individually and in group settings For more information, see Mr. Raypole, Room 109 or by e-mail at CHS Main Menu Topics Covered Basic Class Routine Resource Management Advanced Placement Environmental Science Topics Covered Ecology Biodiversity Population Dynamics Resource Management Agriculture and Forestry Climate and Biomes Pollution and Toxicology Mining Urbanization Energy Technologies Waste Management Economics, Politics/


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Surveying Body of Knowledge – Preparing Professional Surveyors for the 21st Century By Joshua Greenfeld, PhD Dr. Joshua Greenfeld (c)

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Library Workshop for Preparation of Honours Project Research Strategies April 2006 Collecting information effectively for Geography resources.

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R. Todd Anderson, Ph.D. Program Manager Climate and Environmental Sciences Division March 9, 2011 2010 Committee of Visitors (COV) Review of the Climate.

be an exception in the future. Yearly solicitations and new awards will be the norm for university funding. All renewals undergo peer review. Department of Energy Office of Science Biological and Environmental Research 15 BERAC Mar 2011 Recommendation: We recommend the program continue to solicit research on important topics in ecosystem response to global change that cannot be accomplished outside of the program. Recommendation/


Federal Research Funding: Impact of a New Administration and Changed Global Economic Climate John McGrath and Maria Burka Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental.

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Sebastian Oddone District Supervisor Division of Math, Science, and Advanced Academic Programs Science Pacing and Content.

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David W. Embley Brigham Young University. ACM-L-2010 WORKSHOP DescriptionDescription / Problem / Topics / Capability / Application / Status / Deadlines.

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Environmental Science Chapter 16 Review

Nonmetallic – mineral type may be translucent Reclamation – required by SMCRA Room-and-pillar – type of subsurface mining Environmental Science Chapter 16 Review Metallic minerals are able to concentrate when magma remains liquid underground because they heat last and rise/ into streams where they fall to the streambed and concentrate. Environmental Science Chapter 16 Review Essay topics. Name 3 products you use that are derived from minerals. For each, explain the minerals needed to make it and by which/


Credit: iStockphoto National Science Foundation Directorate for Engineering National Science Foundation Directorate for Engineering Engineering at NSF.

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