Category Archives: CSI-Maine

Making Students’ Thinking Visible While Apart

Schools in Maine shut down at the start of the third week of March. They will not reopen before the end of this school year. When the schools shut down, my teaching partner, Sarah Hooper, and I were working with … Continue reading

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Transitioning to Community Science While Sheltering in Place

Whew!  What a time we are in. On Thursday, March 12 Sarah Hooper (my colleague at Schoodic Institute) and I were still working with students to help them prepare for a presentation to clam harvesters. The following Monday, local schools … Continue reading

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A Great Day in the Mud: Seeing What is Possible

On Wednesday of last week I was reminded why I do what I do. Eighteen sixth and seventh grade students from the Edna Drinkwater School in Northport joined me in setting up experimental plots on a clam flat that will … Continue reading

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