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The Night Shift! An Exploration of Nighttime Pollinators
Students will learn about life cycles, adaptations, ecosystems, and conservation while exploring the exciting world of nocturnal pollinators.
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Pollinating Earth’s ecosystems is a full-time job! With so many plants to feed, not all pollination happens during the day. Switch on your night vision and explore the hard-working pollinators, including moths, bats, beetles, and even a few bees, that come out when we are asleep. The interactive components of this program include, but are not limited to: Pollinator Match Activity, Night Identification Match, Pollinator Math, Balance It! Ecosystem Activity This class is designed to meet...
Students will gain an appreciation for the vital role nocturnal pollinators play in maintaining a balanced ecosystem. Students will be able to define and describe the various adaptations utilized by nocturnal pollinators. Students will use age-appropriate math and reading skills to solve real-world problems related to nocturnal pollinators.
I am proud to share that pollinators have been an important part of my life’s work for 20 years. My passion for these amazing creatures began as a child and has grown throughout the years. My dedication to the protection of pollinators led me to teach environmental science as a public school teacher, and to homeschool organizations. I have also had the privilege of working with many community organizations including the Girl Scouts, YMCA's, STEAM clubs, and more in an effort to educate the public about the need for pollinator conservation. As a beekeeper, I enjoy sharing my knowledge of Earth's precious pollinators with learners of all ages.
Students will be assessed informally through class discussions and interactions.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Danielle KleinCertified Teacher
22 total reviews
20 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Klein. I have over 15 years of teaching and tutoring students of all ages from grades K-12. My background includes teaching in a traditional brick and mortar school, as well virtually. During my time as a teacher I worked...