Reflection: Student Ownership What Do Ornithologists Do? Part II - Section 3: Explore

 

It is critical that students understand the value of the binoculars.  I did explain the importance of taking care of the binoculars.  For instance, I specifically told my students to keep the strap around their necks and to hold them with both hands at all times.  However, that did not always occur.  One student put the binoculars down on lenses.  I had to stress taking care of the binoculars on a few occasions.  Student care of science tools is extremely important especially if you borrow the materials from your local Conversation Center.

  Challenges Working with Binoculars
  Student Ownership: Challenges Working with Binoculars
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What Do Ornithologists Do? Part II

Unit 2: Types of Scientists, You May or May Not Know
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: Students will explore like ornithologists by using binoculars to observe birds and bird nests in their natural habitats.

Big Idea: Ornithologists contribute to society by helping humans understand how birds live among us.

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