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Ticks, Lyme disease, and climate change (unfinished)

This is a Lyme disease and climate change activity that was modified from a High school ecology activity I made. In the high school activity, students are given graphs about ticks and climate change evidence and then students analyze those graphs and make predictions about tick prevalence and Lyme disease incidence. Here, students will actually analyze data about tick ranges, tick host range, and Lyme disease incidence themselves and draw their own conclusions about how climate change may or may not be affecting Lyme disease incidence and tick ranges.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UA0dokNnEzl3W0I2UWp_aJX-0xGDGzxsTS4IUYmIVKo/edit?usp=sharing

 

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What questions can you ask with this dataset?

Final project for a data science class; problem-posing exercise will be to help groups start thinking about what questions they might want to ask

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Generating statistical modeling questions for multiple regression

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Problem posing to promote discussion of primary literature - Wojdak

This is a poorly conceived assignment meant to help students create generative questions to lead peer discussions of primary literature, and to help student participants in a discussion to identify questions that if answered would aid their understanding of the paper. The latter is subtle, but "I don't understand X" isn't a question... whereas asking someone to wrestle with what they don't understand to generate a question helps clarify the unclarity.  

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Sea Turtles rule!

High school virtual lab: the affect of light pollution on sea turtles nesting

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Carmel Bar onto Individual Reports for Problem Posing

Sandi's Grand Plan - Sure to go awry!

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Plant Nutrient Experiment - student introduction to the question

I will use this to revamp how I introduce the term-long student experiment using FastPlants and student-collected data on different nutrient treatments.

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Problem Posing in Microbiology

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Barbara Spiecker's Climate Change & Transpiration Activity

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Deb Rook's Activity

An oldie but a goodie from Deb, updated with more data focus and introducing with the question activity.

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Health Data Exploration with CODAP

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Deb Linton Problem Posing

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Sam's activity

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Example of Completed Report

Attached are examples of the individual (google doc) and group (google slides) templates completed for activities using data from the BIRDD project.

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Molecular Case Studies

"Structure and function" is a core concepts common to biology, chemistry, and biochemistry education. Currently, educators in these disciplines address this concept in a subject specific manner. A plethora of public biological databases, tools, and resources offer opportunities to learn about structure and function of biological molecules that are currently underutilized. Interdisciplinary approaches may help develop a deeper understanding structure function relationships. Case studies are being developed to introduce students to molecular structure visualization and help them bridge the gap between structure & function as well as biology & chemistry. These slides and the website presents Molecular CaseNet's current efforts in developing Molecular Case Studies. Look forward to your feedback on these efforts and hopefully to working with you to develop new cases and/or test current offerings. 

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The Future of Our Pasts: Engaging cultural heritage in climate action

The “Future of Our Pasts: Engaging Cultural Heritage in Climate Action” reportwas released by ICOMOS on Wednesday 3 July 2019 in Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan at an event held during the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee. Putting forward a multi-disciplinary approach to cultural heritage, the report is intended for site managers, scientists, researchers, but also to climate activists and policy-makers.

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Native Land Map

Site Disclaimer: This map does not represent or intend to represent official or legal boundaries of any Indigenous nations. To learn about definitive boundaries, contact the nations in question. Also, this map is not perfect -- it is a work in progress with tons of contributions from the community. Please send us fixes if you find errors. If you would like to read more about the ideas behind Native Land or where we are going, check out the blog. You can also see the roadmap.

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Hayley Orndorf onto Land Acknowledgement Resources

Beyond territorial acknowledgments

Article describing territorial acknowledgements in Canada, their purpose and practice, and criticisms. 

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Hayley Orndorf onto Land Acknowledgement Resources

Information about Native American tribes of Virginia

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Are You Planning to do a Land Acknowledgement?

This is a copied Twitter thread hosted on the American Indians in Children's Literature (AICL) website. 

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Hayley Orndorf onto Land Acknowledgement Resources

Crossing Paths: Increasing American Indian visibility to tell a more complete American story

Article describing Native American programming offered in Colonial Williamsburg

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Hayley Orndorf onto Land Acknowledgement Resources