Reflection: Real World Applications Butterfly Migration (Part 2/2) - Section 6: Putting it All Together: The Migration of the Super Generation


In this teaching reflection, I explain how I encourage my students to get involved in a Citizen Science project. We actually participate in several throughout the year. Citizen Science is an excellent way to give back to the community. It gives students a purpose and makes them feel as though they are making a difference in the world around them. 

  Real World Applications: Encouraging Students To Take Action
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Butterfly Migration (Part 2/2)

Unit 11: Invertebrates
Lesson 12 of 12

Objective: Students will use the North American monarch butterfly migration as evidence of successful social interactions that help maintain species survival.

Big Idea: Students will explore several citizen science programs to better understand the North American monarch butterfly migration.

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social interaction, Science, invertebrates, Butterfly, cause and effect, migration, Engaging in argument from evidence , Citizen science, group behavior, Biology/Life Science
  66 minutes
monarch butterfly migration danus plexippus
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