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During last week's Soundscapes camp conducted by a graduate student from Purdue university, 14 Secondary program students learned about the science of soundscape ecology. They first mastered the physics of how sound is produced by humans, as well as animals; for example, clicking like a dolphin, or... read more

Life
Science

This short activity was created for a group of students younger than I have normally taught.  At the early to mid-... read more

Earth
and Space Science

This simple activity was designed to teach a student who is deafblind about the layers of the Earth.  It allows for active... read more

Engineering
and Technology

These two activities are designed to teach students who are blind or visually impaired about motion and forces.  The first... read more

Physical
Science

This experiment uses a mixture of cornstarch and water to discover what effect sound frequency has on the shape of the... read more