These two grade 6 students worked on answering the following challenge problem:
This grade 6 ELL student spent time learning about various organelles of a cell system while also learning about the system he chose to compare it to; the airboard. As he learned about the mitochondria and how it makes energy for a cell, he was curious about the energy of his system and he came up with a What if.
What if, the airboard could produce its own energy?
A middle schooler was curious about a fuzzy growth in her ecosystem and using a microscope, she found this organism on her slide.
A grade 6 student is creating her own ecosystem
in class in order to learn about ecosystems in science class. She was curious if anything was living in her pond water and we took a slide and discovered this species Continue reading “What is this micro-organism?”
A grade 6 student is being curious Continue reading “Exploring the Amazon Ecosystem”
This grade 6 student uses curiosity to apply his understandings of a cell to to improving the flexibility of a telescope.
This student chose to be curious about her roller blades. As she went through the science unit on ‘Cells’, she chose to use her knowledge gained from a cell to improve the comfort of her roller blades.
This was the exact question a student asked and used his knowledge gained from examining the lion’s ecosystem to try and improve basketball player performance.
This grade 6 student decided to use his knowledge gained from his ecosystem unit to design a way for factories to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.