Seventh grade students visited Lincoln Park Zoo and presented their final ethology research projects to the Lincoln Park Zoo Women's Board. The Women's Board provided the money that allowed our students to participate in the research.
Students visited Lincoln Park to finalized their ethology data collection. The seventh grade science students visited the Zoo twice this year. This final visit allowed students to complete data collection on the ethology of their animal and provided them the…
Students are researching and collecting data that will allow them to better understand the ethology of a zoo animal. The students will then compare and contrast the ethology of a zoo animal and an animal that lives in their neighborhood.
Students are building a functional prosthetic arm from low-cost, readily available materials including: plastic pipe, wood shims, hooks, and duct tape. Get a Grip! was designed as a biomedical engineering-themed informal science curriculum for middle school youth.
The Rouge River Watershed Students are learning about the Rouge River Watershed Located in the Metro Detroit area of Southeastern Michigan.