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Science & Nature
Introduction to Marine Biology Part III
In part III of this course, students will continue to explore the magical world of marine biology and study the amazing organisms that make up this world.
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over 4 weeks
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Dive into the world of sea turtles, fishes, corals, sharks, and many others in an exploration that will take students into the world full of amazing creatures. In a sequel to part II of marine biology, students will take an in depth look into the deep ocean and explore how the amazing animals of the deep have been able to survive utilizing the extraordinary hydrothermal vents and the bacteria that reside there. Students will also explore the marine biology in lakes, rivers, and ponds...
My entire life I wanted to explore the ocean and the environment. I have always had a great appreciation for the processes that are not completely understood and the unknowns that have yet to be discovered in the environment. In the beginning of my professional career in research, I worked as a naturalist on a whale watch boat and as a laboratory technician working on environmental clean up projects such as water and land pollution. Then I moved into my dream job of being a research chemist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in marine & geochemistry where I was able to be in the foundation of the research community and learn from many amazing scientists & researchers who devoted their life to exploring the mysteries of the environment as well as protecting the animals and organisms living in it. For me, working as a student mentor with graduate and post graduate students, made this experience one I will always cherish. As a teacher, I want my students to be excited about what they are learning and with my background in research, I will work extra hard to make sure that if there is an aspect of a topic that a student is interested in, I will make every effort to alter my lessons to include those topics.
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45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Mrs. AtwoodChildren are the future
259 total reviews
338 completed classes
I have been working as a private tutor for grades 5-12 in Science and English since 1999. I also worked as student mentor to post doctoral and summer student fellows for over ten years while I worked as a Research Chemist in marine & geochemistry...