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Leaf Pack Simulation: The Leaf Pack Simulation allows any online user to become a water quality scientist!
A Photo of the Leaf Pack Simulation. Photo Credit: David Kline
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Moderator Endorsed: K-12 EE

In this eeBLUE Watershed Chronicles blog post, David Kline from Stroud™ Water Research Center, shares the unintentional outcomes of adaptive educational experiences at 21st century community learning centers.

Science teachers from Brunswick High School explore the Canopy Farms facility with hosts Kate Holcomb and Theo Willis, discussing connections to their course curriculum.
Science teachers from Brunswick High School explore the Canopy Farms facility with hosts Kate Holcomb and Theo Willis, discussing connections to their course curriculum. Photo Credit: Pamela King
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Moderator Endorsed: Conservation & Behavior Change

Each month, NAAEE will share blogs from the Aquaculture Literacy grantees as they implement innovative educational experiences that explore aquaculture topics in local communities. We can’t wait for you to “sea” what they are up to!

Illustration of person thinking
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Great news! The deadline for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest for 6–12th grade public school classrooms has been extended to November 15. We know—it's a busy season. So here are some resources and guidance for your application.

2 people dressed as zom-bees
Zom-bee costumes
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Halloween is approaching and costume parties may have already started to pop up on your calendar. If October slipped away from you and you’ve found yourself costume-less, don’t rush out to the closest Halloween store just yet. You can save Halloween with a quick and easy do-it-yourself costume. As a more budget-friendly and wildlife-friendly option, your last-minute homemade costume can be a win-win.