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In this session, you’ll find out about the Cornell Lab’s citizen science projects, especially eBird, and how your classroom can participate. You’ll also see examples of the kinds of online data and graphs that are easily accessible to you and your students. Finally, you’ll learn about our free BirdSleuth resources that will support you in giving students experience with the entire scientific process: observing birds carefully, asking their own questions, collecting data, summarizing data with graphs and charts, drawing evidence-based conclusions through research and observation, and publishing their results in Cornell Lab’s student scientific journals.
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