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Elementary & High School Programs

Partnerships for Biological Sciences Education at Iowa State University:
http://www.plantgenomeoutreach.eeob.iastate.edu/HSS.html

… focus on participants

In the photo on the right, teachers are studying the morphology of the brassica rapa (mustard seed) plant. This is a great plant to study in an elementary classroom as it is fast growing and students can observe a full life cycle in a matter of weeks.

    


The photo shows Dr. Stan Harpole (ISU Dept. of Ecology Evolution and Organismal Biology) giving participating teachers a field class at a Des Moines elementary school's natural prairie.


The group photo shows all teachers who participated in this summer's "Plants in Society" workshop for elementary school teachers.


We welcome your comments and suggestions.