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The Mysteries of Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry


Three separate, standards-aligned investigations designed to take your middle school students and you on an adventure to research some of the biggest questions paleontologists have asked about this world-renowned dinosaur quarry. Try one or try them all. Either way your students will use 3D scanned images of our fossils, expert modeling through scientist-led videos, and field notes to gather evidence, reason with that evidence and construct arguments that do more than just answer their research questions – rather, they provide an evidence-based response to the question at-hand. Target Audience: 6th - 8th Grades

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Change in the Uinta Mountains: Normal or Not?


Four new investigations to engage your students in examining the phenomena of change and stability in ecosystems. Using a combination of museum specimens, simulations, and authentic data, your students will explore rapid changes being observed in the Uinta Mountains of Utah. Students will gather and analyze evidence to determine the degree to which current changes follow historical patterns and to assess potential impact now and in the future. Students will develop evidence-based explanations and engage in spirited debate with their peers to explain and predict changes in the mountain ecosystem. Each of the four investigations targets a key question about the ecosystem and can be used alone or in combination. Target Audience: 6th - 8th Grades

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