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- How does population size affect tadpole respiration?Diversity of Life Culminating Project-Investigating Amphibians Overview You and a group of biologists are curious to learn more about living things. Specifically, you are curious about the environmental conditions that support the growth and development of amphibians, specifically, tadpoles. You and your lab partners are curious about the following: Does bei […]Tina
- How did humans get here?Present day humans evolved from early primates. As you may or may not know, today’s Homo Sapiens traces its roots directly to Homo heidelbergensis, the latest ancestor of humans. Homo heidelbergensis is also known as Homo rhodesiensis, which then can trace its history back to Homo antecessor, which can trace it’s history back into Homo […]Don Huu
- Did Humans Involved from Primates?According to a selection of fossil samples of human like skulls, we can tell that humans have evolved from primates from time to time. It would take thousands of years to evolved so much that you can see the major differences in the skulls. It is difficult to tell if they have involved from primates […]Anh Thi
- Fossil EvidenceHumans did evolve from Primates. I asumme that humans did evolve from primates because they have had the same type of skull and body, but other people think that humans come from gods and my grandparents will hate me saying this because they are really christian but I think that they come from primates because […]Liam
- Human and Primate ConnectionOver the years humans evolved but people still wonder are primate link to humans. Primate do have a connection to humans an examples their bone are like us and the similar movement, however to took a long time humans to get to today. Human and Primate have similar bone and feature. They can walk on two leg like us. […]Bao Quang
- How does population size affect tadpole respiration?
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
This morning during advisory, Mr. Bass rounded out the ultimate Frisbee tournament for advisory class by hosting an ultimate Frisbee game between the students and the teachers. Students were talking trash beforehand-isn’t it disrespectful to trash talk to your teachers? … Continue reading
On Tuesday April 19th, middle school students in Mr. J’s rock guitar club performed at the middle school concert. The auditorium was packed and there were a nice mix of traditional and modern numbers. The first number was “Jimmy Jazz” … Continue reading
On Friday, April 22nd, the SSIS Middle school students concluded “Earth Week” at SSIS. All week long, students participated in activities to create awareness to environmental issues such as pollution, reducing your carbon footprint, and wildlife rescue issues. On Friday, … Continue reading
Water quality tests are continuing in science class. Students have been collecting data on Nitrates, Phosphates, and Acidity. Following this, students must make an analysis on the water in a summary lab assignment. Keep up the good field work guys!
In our recent Math unit of Surface Area and Volume, students applied their understanding of surface area and volume to design a box that could transport an object. Playing the part of executives for a shipping company, they had to … Continue reading
The seventh graders have started assessing water quality as part of our unit on “Watersheds”. The first assessment is on bio-indicators which are the macro organisms that are present in the water. As some macroinvertebrates tolerate some pollution better than … Continue reading
The latest issue of the X perience Science publication is out for reading. In this issue, you will read how Joanne studied the varying lung capacity of students; Chozen was curious to know how drag affects falling objects; Vincent studied … Continue reading
When I was in middle school, I was taught keyboarding and no computer usage at all in high school. It boggles my mind at how technology is fostering collaboration between classrooms across the world more than ever before. The international … Continue reading
As part of the seventh grader’s unit on “Watersheds” students are investigating the mystery of the “Grey Area Die-Off” where thousands of fish suddenly washed up dead. Throughout the mystery, students conduct tests in a variety of areas such as … Continue reading