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Saturday, November 4 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Protecting Endangered Species

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This integrated teaching unit investigates a construction project and ways to minimize its effects on two endangered species: the Santa Ana River Woolly Star (plant) and the San Bernardino Kangaroo Rat, as well as protected Golden Eagles. Students learn about the species and construction practices through song, video, reading, and experimentation. Student teams design ways to protect the species during construction and create educational brochures to demonstrate what they have learned. 


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Jodye Selco

Professor of Science Education, Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Education at Cal Poly Pomona
Jodye Selco is a chemist and Professor of Science Education in the Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Education at Cal Poly Pomona. She teaches General and Physical Chemistry and has been active in working with teachers and school districts to improve the teaching a... Read More →


Saturday November 4, 2017 9:30am - 10:30am
Room 106 San Diego Miramar College

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