Moab is blessed with outdoorsy, nature appreciating, thoughtful, inquisitive youth. I am lucky to be surrounded by their curiosity and wonder each day. Being in a rural town has many advantages, as well as obstacles when providing learning experiences for these students. We love getting out in nature, but are lacking in experiences that can be found in cities. These lovely kids deserve it all.
I will be adding hands on science materials and experiments to my curriculum with these resources. The main focus being on Earth: how it changes overtime and overnight, how spheres of earth function and their working relationships, and our human impact and responsibility of the delicate yet powerful planet. The students will get to see, participate, and relate to the curriculum as they perform and observe the different activities, such as growing an in class ecosystem, measuring earthquakes, and observing the impact of pollution. In hopes that they will understand the importance of nurturing our planet.
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