SECO April 2021 Webinar - Byrd Polar - Shared screen with speaker view
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Rocky River, 9-12, Biology, Environemtnal Science, APES
Cincinnati, Ohio; Student at Xavier University; Middle Childhood Education 4-9 Math and Science
I teach 7th and 8th grade science at Immaculate Conception school.
I am a retired teacher from Custar Ohio. I currently substitute teach.
From Elyria, Ohio; retired science teacher
Jen from Cincinnati. HS Bio teacher
Welcome everyone! The video from today's presentation will be available on the SECO homepage https://scienceeducationofohio1.wildapricot.org/
The book --- Merchants of Doubt by Naomi Oreskes - find her video here https://vimeo.com/476312067
Interested in that media bias chart - find it here https://www.adfontesmedia.com/product/media-bias-chart-7-0-downloadable-image-and-standard-license-copy/
This is the study guide for the Teaching Argument Writing Book -- Argument Writing crosses all content areas https://www.heinemann.com/shared/studyguides/e01396/studyguide.pdf
ONe of my favorite argumentative writing resources is from the Vermont Writing Collaborative https://www.vermontwritingcollaborative.org/WPDEV/argument-writing-benchmarks/
Holding the glass- would not be. Holding it if he fell
Back on floor rather than front of body. If coming down, land on front
If he fell down the stairs he probably would not be facing upward, towards the stairs
the cloothes also look pretty neat for having just fallen
His hair looks neatly combed too.
Not sure what it means but something is cooking on the stove as well
If I trusted you I could taste it 😎
Mix sugar in the water to see if it dissolves (Rule: sugar dissolves in water)
Water has a known density and you could compare densities of the objects.
if pour it in the cup and no bubbles, thus no carbination,then it could be water
Is. It flammable?
If density is an issue you could see if something with a density of .9 would float
Here is the full lesson plan for this cold case https://hti.osu.edu/byrd/lesson-plans/boy-scout-with-byrd
I have to leave the zoom, but thank you so much for this webinar!!
here is the stink test http://icedrill-education.org/portfolio/the-stink-test-validating-resources/
journeynorth.org is a great phenology data space
ODE Science Meetup Science as a Way of Knowing/Science as a Human Endeavor May 4, 2021