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Friday, March 6 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Growing Student Engagement with an Imaginary Garden

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Have you ever wondered why certain pollinators visit some flowers and not others? In this presentation learn how to engage your students in the process of designing and creating a flower model that is intended to attract certain types of pollinators. Students will discover how flowers and pollinators are dependant on one another for survival. Watch as your students’ engagement and flower models bloom together!

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avatar for Britney Christensen

Britney Christensen

4th grade teacher, Whitehall District Schools
For a large part of my career, I've only thought of myself as an ELA person. However, I've realized my love of reading and writing has a positive impact on students experiencing science. With my elementary education background and a degree in special education, I am able to integrate... Read More →
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Gabe Knowles

4th Grade Teacher, Whitehall District Schools
I am an elementary teacher by trade and outdoor enthusiast with a background in science and mathematics. I also come equipped with over a decade of experience working for the National Park Service and United States Geological Survey in outreach education and environmental stewardship... Read More →



Friday March 6, 2020 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Michigan 1

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