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Collier Science Dept
Supporting K-12 science education in Collier County, Florida.
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Collier Science Dept Sep 20
Going LIVE for session 2 about the Fosa with 4th grade students from watch it here:
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Collier Science Dept Sep 20
LIVE scene here with and 4th grade students! Such a great experience for in our 6th year with Dr Luke Dollar from !
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Collier Science Dept Sep 20
We are LIVE here for the Fosa for all 4th grade students to participate. Watch it live now! Use the Collier Schools App:
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Collier Science Dept Sep 20
Just getting a late start today on the Fosa
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Audra Barton Sep 18
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Corkscrew Sanctuary Sep 18
Day 84 of the “Super” Ghost Orchid being in bloom at Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. 3 flowers today. Last it bloomed for 85 days.
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Jennifer Owsiany Sep 17
We are learning more about how flowers reproduce by dissecting some! 🦈
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Jennifer Owsiany Sep 17
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Collier Science Dept Sep 17
How do you sort objects? Having a great time with K-2 teachers during Science/SDI Cambridge make-up training!
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Collier Science Dept Sep 16
We are getting so close!!! Looking forward to another amazing Fosa Zoocon
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𝕄𝕣𝕤. 𝕄𝕒𝕣𝕜𝕤 Sep 13
Pollinating our model flowers today! We always remember things better with movement and food. Ask your students to explain pollination to you this weekend!
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Ted Borduas Sep 14
teachers netting at training to bring their third grade students on field science experiences!
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Collier Science Dept Sep 14
Awesome flame test!
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Wasmer PSE 5th Sep 11
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Kristine Woronowski Sep 11
5th grade engineers hard at work designing a ballon powered car. Criteria: travel in a straight path at least 30 cm. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Collier Science Dept Sep 11
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Ryan Westberry Sep 7
Fully engaged biology teachers here for a full day of professional development! Thanks again for teachers who had their own experiences to share as well! Martha Voorhees and Heather Thornton!
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Collier Science Dept Sep 6
We can't wait!!! & these 4th graders are getting ready for ZooCon on September 20th!!
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Collier Science Dept Sep 5
Awesome! Did you happen to test new vs old and heads vs tails? I’ve heard there’s a difference there too!
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Mrs Vega Sep 5
Members of my class learning about compound vs stereoscopic microscopes and how they are used in
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