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Adopt a Habitattitude

  • 2017

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    Adopt a Habitattitude (TM) is a series of classroom-​tested, electronically available activities designed to be used by teachers and informal educators in grades 6-12. These innovative and engaging activities can help students learn about and prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS). In order to protect and sustain our water bodies for future generations, youth—our future decision makers and leaders—need to acquire relevant knowledge about AIS to become effective and responsible decision makers. Using the alignment tables, educators can see how each activity is matched with Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core State Standards, Great Lakes Literacy Principles and New York State Science Standards. This standards-based framework will enable educators to integrate the Adopt a HabitattitudeTM curriculum into classrooms and learning environments.
  • Sea Grant Document Number:
    PENN-E-17-001
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