Monthly Archives: May 2014

Lighthouse Beach in Mukilteo

Glacier Peak High School is once again pairing up with the Seattle Aquarium.  The Aquarium is continuing to monitor the shoreline at Lighthouse Beach Park in Mukilteo.  Jean’s success with the iPads last year beckons a second go around this … Continue reading

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Nanotechnolgy at Newport High School

Melissa Baker at Newport High School has her nanotechnology students on the cutting edge.  This is the second time I’ve come to Melissa’s class this year, and I was not disappointed in what I found. When I was in her classroom … Continue reading

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C. Elegans at Eastlake High School

With a grant from the University of Washington, Lara Hollingworth gave her students a great opportunity to be on the cutting edge of research.  They’re studying, measuring and observing C. Elegans in an attempt to find the sister species and moving … Continue reading

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Stop Motion Animation at Rainier Beach High School

Rainier Beach High School in south Seattle is trying something a little different than other schools.  Louise Wong had been creating stop motion animation films on mitosis with her students for the past couple years.  This year she wanted try … Continue reading

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