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Students will learn about different ways that genetic variants can occur and the controversy surrounding genetically modified foods. Additionally, they will explore the benefits and concerns associated with GMOs to understand the complexity of the issues
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Students will investigate how the changes in potential energy produce a change in kinetic energy. By conducting a lab investigation, students will experiment using a pull-back toy car to gather data, make calculations and draw conclusions about the change
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Students will simulate a safe bungee jump using rubber bands and a small doll or action figure. Through experimentation, students will generate a linear equation to represent the relationship between the number of rubber bands and the distance the doll
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Help students learn that radiation exists all around people both in natural and manmade ways in this activity. Students will use digital and/or print resources to learn about ionizing and non-ionizing radiation along with the benefits/risks associated.
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Students will learn the foundations of hydraulics and how they make things move with little effort. Using these fundamentals, students will work together to design and engineer a functional hydraulic lift system.
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Students will work together to evaluate the effects of collaborative efforts between doctors and robotic technology that is providing advancements in the healthcare atmosphere.
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Students will investigate the relationship between quadratic functions and the parabolic path traveled by a ball in motion. Students will analyze data to understand the mathematical relationships that exist along the path of a ball in flight.
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Students will learn the positives and negative effects stress can have on the body. They will also learn the importance of managing their stress levels and practical tips for overall balance, health and wellbeing.
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In this activity, students experiment with sand and hair dryers to observe how wind, sand, and barriers interact to form sand dunes.
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In this activity, students will investigate how robots work including robotic parts and explain how energy is transferred to make different parts move.
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In this activity, students will gain an understanding of the law of reflection by tracing the path that light travels, and designing a periscope to demonstrate understanding.
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Funded by The Healthineers Fund of the Siemens Foundation

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Students will identify that the human brain uses many sources of information to understand and react to the surroundings.
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In this activity, students learn that plants acquire their material for growth chiefly from air and water rather than from soil.
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In this activity, students will use a ramp to launch a car and reach a finish line.
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Funded by The Healthineers Fund of the Siemens Foundation

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In this activity, students will participate in a leaf scavenger hunt and assemble a basic leaf collection.
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In this activity, students will construct interactive lunar cycle models to illustrate the phases of the Moon in 3 dimensions.
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Funded by The Healthineers Fund of the Siemens Foundation

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After learning about the field of epidemiology and what the term “patient zero” means, students will participate in a whole group simulation that shows how quickly infectious diseases can be spread and work as a class to determine patient zero.
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In this activity, students will compare samples of monomers and polymers in powder and thread form (sugar/cotton candy and cotton flock/cotton balls).
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