- Grade: Middle School
- Discipline: Life Science
Analyze and interpret data to provide evidence for the effects of resource availability on organisms and populations of organisms in an ecosystem.
Wolf Town Hall Classroom Visit
Students explore contrasting perspectives about wolf and wildlife management through mock town hall meetings. Cross-cutting Concept: Wolves are controversial in the valley of Jackson Hole, and beyond. There are many different stakeholder interests; finding a middle ground is challenging. Vocabulary: Fact vs. Myth, Mediator/Facilitator, stakeholders, controversyLearn More
Eco-Teambuilding Field Trip
Learning about how relationships form ecological communities and connecting them to familiar relationships in human communities. Cross-cutting Concept: For those living with limited access to National Parks and natural areas, thinking of community seldom includes the natural communities intertwined with our human communities. Through learning about how relationships form ecological communities and connecting them to […]Learn More