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Saturday, March 7 • 8:00am - 8:45am
Bee Science with SAGE Modeling

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This session will demonstrate how teachers can build an integrated science unit around bee science using selected but interesting activities. SAGE Modeling will be used understand colony collapse disorder and hive health. Bee chemistry focuses on bee specific products, their composition, chemical reactions, and physical properties. Bee physics deals with flight, and hive temperature. Bee biology centers on the importance of bees to agriculture, colony collapse disorder, and bee agriculture in Michigan. All activities will be aligned with NGSS and Michigan science standards relevant to middle- and high-school education.

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Larry Kolopajlo

Eastern Michigan University
Chemical Education at Eastern Michigan University.Active in K-12 science outreach, summer camps. Recently taught Upward Bound. Recently taught a four day science winter camp for 6th graders in a local school system.Working with science education students.


Saturday March 7, 2020 8:00am - 8:45am
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