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Recent Reviews by Lola
Honeybees, Butterflies, and Ladybugs: Partners to Plants
Thu, Nov 10, 2011 10:37 AM
Higher order thinking and Connections to nature
This article gives us exactly what we need to focus on three fundamental elementary insects. Teachers know these organisms are in their standards...but how do they teach them? More importantly why do we teach them? What is the big deal about bees, butterflies, and ladybugs? Well scientists know that these three organisms help students understand how connected the world is around them. Pollenation, honey production, pest removal are just some of the many benefits.This article blends the big idea about why we study the organisms in the first place, adds common doable classroom extensions (KLW, Venn ;diagrams) and provides sugestions to encourage and enhance field experiences. Great job Dr. Campbell.
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