BioBlitz: Data In The Classroom

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In this lesson from National Geographic, students use iNaturalist to analyze the biodiversity in their local area. It includes skills like graphing, interpreting data, and distinguishing invasive species from native ones.

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  1. LessonHiveAdmin

    This is a great lesson using iNaturalist data from a local park. Students are coached through retrieving information from iNaturalist, and then work through a form to collect, analyze, and then graph the data. There are also informal assessments and extention materials.

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