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These lessons cover STEM topics for grades 4-12. Many of them include options for advanced students. Additionally, the lessons meet Next Generation Science Standards.
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|Lesson Title||Lesson Summary||Subject||Grade Level|
|Methods of Food Modification||This activity introduces students to the multiple ways foods have been or can be modified, either naturally or with human intervention.||Bioenergy||Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Mice and Munchies||In this lesson students will explore interrelationships and adaptations between prey and predators. Students will also determine features of competition between animals in aa habitat.||Biology, Ecology||Elementary (4-5)|
|Microbial Fuel Cell||These activities will help you walk your students through two major principles involved in fuel cell creation. They will learn what a battery is and how energy can come from in living organisms.||Bioenergy, Chemistry, Energy||High School (9-12)|
|Mission Submersible||Students will design and build a working model of a launch and recovery system from a set of everyday items.||Engineering, Marine||Elementary (4-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Mystery of the Disappearing Pteropods: Dude Where's My Shell||Students will recognize and identify patterns within the population of pteropods, analyze the patterns and create a claim about what is happening||Biology, Climate Change, Marine||Elementary (4-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Nanocrystalline Solar Cell||In this lesson students will construct and learn about nanocrystalline solar cells.||Energy, Engineering, Renewable Energy||High School (9-12)|
|Nature of Science||This lesson includes multiple small activities focused on teaching students specific ideas about the nature of science.||Bioenergy||Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Nature's FBI||In this lesson students will learn about producers, consumers, and decomposers by exploring nurse logs and soil. They will learn about nature’s FBI (fungus, bacteria, and invertebrates) and add these organisms to their riparian zone model.||Biology||Elementary (4-5)|
|Nature's Notebook||In this lesson students will conduct a field investigation on the Douglas fir and apply the scientific process.||Biology, Ecology||Elementary (4-5)|
|Net Force||Students in this lesson will practice planning and carrying out investigations, analyzing and interpreting data, and using mathematical and computational thinking.||Engineering, Math, Physics||High School (9-12)|