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Human Impact on Ecosystems Assignment - Collaborative, Inquiry-Based Assessment

Allow your students to learn through inquiry. They will study the impact of a factor related to human activity that threatens the sustainability of an ecosystem in your area. This activity was designed for a secondary ecology unit but can easily be adjusted to fit both elementary as well as middle school science classes. Please view the Preview File. Included in the lesson package is: - A full overview of the task including a rubric - 9 topics to choose from


Ecology Google Form Exit Ticket Assessments: This includes a pack of eighteen fully editable Google Forms, with 2-3 questions each which can be used as warm-ups, tickets out, review stations, or formative assessment. - Ecology and Ecosystems - Food chains and food webs - Human impact on ecosystems - Invasive species - Environmental Trade-offs and decision making


Practical guide to environmental impact assessment

SimCityEDU: Pollution Challenge! is a game-based learning and assessment tool for middle school students covering the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.

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Grade 6 Science - Understanding Electricity

This resource consists of three units that meet the requirements of the Physical Science : Electricity outcomes and indicators of the Grade 6 Saskatchewan Science curriculum.The outcomes covered are:EL6.1: Assess personal, societal, economic and environmental impacts of electricity in Saskatchewan and propose actions to reduce those impactsEL6.2: Investigate the characteristics and applications of static electricity charges.


SimCityEDU: Pollution Challenge! Lesson plans, teacher and student dashboards—along with student data reporting—complete the SimCityEDU experience, delivering personalized learning to every student. SimCityEDU: Pollution Challenge! is made of six different missions all centered on theme of environmental impact. In each mission, students are tasked with solving increasingly complex problems.