Investigating Science Outdoors

Investigating Science Outdoors

Investigating Science Outdoors is a supplementary science curriculum, targeted for grades 7-9, that engages students in authentic explorations of a study site—a small piece of land near their school.

The curriculum consists of two chapters: Study Site and Systematic Sampling. Each chapter consists of six activities, which take 1-2 class periods, and which involve a combination of getting outdoors to investigate the study site, continuing investigations indoors, and sharing investigation results via the Web.

See also the companion Teacher Guide.

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