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SECO April 2021 Webinar - Byrd Polar - Shared screen with speaker view
Heidi Paul
23:15
Rocky River, 9-12, Biology, Environemtnal Science, APES
Lydia Tonnis
23:22
Cincinnati, Ohio; Student at Xavier University; Middle Childhood Education 4-9 Math and Science
Margo Bjorkman
23:34
I teach 7th and 8th grade science at Immaculate Conception school.
Karen Aufdenkamp
23:51
I am a retired teacher from Custar Ohio. I currently substitute teach.
Ray Stewart
24:57
From Elyria, Ohio; retired science teacher
Jennifer Scheidler
27:00
Jen from Cincinnati. HS Bio teacher
Thrivewith SECO
27:41
Welcome everyone! The video from today's presentation will be available on the SECO homepage https://scienceeducationofohio1.wildapricot.org/
Cathy Holmes
27:51
Good point!
Thrivewith SECO
37:39
The book --- Merchants of Doubt by Naomi Oreskes - find her video here https://vimeo.com/476312067
Thrivewith SECO
40:38
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/
Thrivewith SECO
43:01
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
Thrivewith SECO
44:50
ONe of my favorite argumentative writing resources is from the Vermont Writing Collaborative https://www.vermontwritingcollaborative.org/WPDEV/argument-writing-benchmarks/
Heidi Paul
46:13
Holding the glass- would not be. Holding it if he fell
Susan Wasmund
46:46
Back on floor rather than front of body. If coming down, land on front
Lydia Tonnis
46:54
If he fell down the stairs he probably would not be facing upward, towards the stairs
Karen Aufdenkamp
47:23
the cloothes also look pretty neat for having just fallen
Margo Bjorkman
48:14
His hair looks neatly combed too.
Jeffrey Baker
49:04
Not sure what it means but something is cooking on the stove as well
Jeffrey Baker
50:57
If I trusted you I could taste it 😎
Jeffrey Baker
51:09
😂
Heidi Paul
51:32
Test flammability
Lisa Borgerding
51:33
Mix sugar in the water to see if it dissolves (Rule: sugar dissolves in water)
Margo Bjorkman
51:52
Water has a known density and you could compare densities of the objects.
Karen Aufdenkamp
52:25
if pour it in the cup and no bubbles, thus no carbination,then it could be water
Susan Wasmund
52:32
Is. It flammable?
Jeffrey Baker
53:06
If density is an issue you could see if something with a density of .9 would float
Thrivewith SECO
58:02
Here is the full lesson plan for this cold case https://hti.osu.edu/byrd/lesson-plans/boy-scout-with-byrd
Lydia Tonnis
01:05:10
I have to leave the zoom, but thank you so much for this webinar!!
Thrivewith SECO
01:06:39
here is the stink test http://icedrill-education.org/portfolio/the-stink-test-validating-resources/
Thrivewith SECO
01:11:42
journeynorth.org is a great phenology data space
Cathy Holmes
01:13:00
ODE Science Meetup Science as a Way of Knowing/Science as a Human Endeavor May 4, 2021
Thrivewith SECO
01:13:58
https://cleanet.org/index.html
Thrivewith SECO
01:15:29
https://serc.carleton.edu/index.html
Thrivewith SECO
01:16:02
https://byrd.osu.edu/engage/education/lessons